Kathryn Plummer, 89th Annual AAU Sullivan Award Winner

Sport: Volleyball

Hometown: Long Beach, California

Biography: Kathryn is the second volleyball named as a AAU Sullivan Award recipient

Plummer is the second-ever volleyball player to take home the award after Wisconsin’s Lauren Carlini won the 87th. She beat out other top amateur athletes including Mikaela Foecke (volleyball), Rachel Garcia (softball), Townley Haas (swimming), Aleia Hobbs (track & field), Morgan Hurd (gymnastics), Luke Maye (basketball) and McKenzie Milton (football).” His win gave USA Wrestling the World Team title – its first in 22 years. Snyder won the U.S. Senior Open and U.S. World Team Trials in 2017.

Two-time NCAA National Champion, Plummer garnered several Player of the Year honors, including ESPNW, the American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA), Volleyball.mag, Pac-12 and the AVCA Pacific North Region. She also was selected as The Honda Sports Award Winner for Volleyball and named to the AVCA All-America First Team, VolleyballMag.com All-America First Team, AVCA All-Pacific North Region First Team, All-Pac-12 Conference First Team. This past year, she was appointed to the NCAA All-Tournament Team, along with being named the Co-MVP for the tournament.


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