PAULA WEISHOFF – USA
Paula Jo Weishoff is known as one of the greats of her time and also holds two Olympic medals, 1984 (Silver Medal) and 1992 (Bronze). Paula Weishoff also won the 1995 World Grand Prix gold medal.
ROSE MAGERS – POWELL
Rose Mary Magers-Powell is an American female volleyball player who retired from competition, playing for the team until 1984.
American Games and NORCECA, 1982 World Championship bronze medalist, and 1984. Olympic gold medalist. After retiring from the national team, Rose Mary played for 9 years professionally in Japan from 1984-1993. Currently, she is the Head Coach at the University of Alabama A&M in Huntsville.
YUMILKA RUIZ LUACES – CUBA
Yumilka Daysi Ruíz Luaces has represented Cuba in four consecutive summer Olympics since 1996, where she has won 2 gold medals and 1 bronze medal on four occasions represents the country.
She also has an additional 7 gold medals at championships such as the World Championship, Volleyball World Cup, World Grand Prix, Pan American Games, NORCECA Championship, and Pan-American Cup.
SANNE KEIZER – DUTCH
Dutch professional volleyball player competes in both beach and indoor events. Starting career from 1993, until 1997, Sanne Keizer became an indispensable member of the Dutch youth volleyball team. She joined the national team when she was only 17 years old.
It was then that Keizer drew the attention of the world not only in talent but also in charm. Although he has not won an outstanding title, Keizer is still a very dominant name in the world of volleyball.
GABRIELLE REECE – USA
Volleyball player, sports commentator, fashion model, and actress. She began playing volleyball at the University of Florida and was inducted into Athletics Hall in 1997. Reece began a modeling career before becoming a professional volleyball player.
Above are the best female volleyball players in the world.