Norisha Campbell

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Norisha Campbell
Personal information
Full name Norisha Campbell
Born California, United States
Height 6 ft 3 in (1.91 m)
Volleyball information
Position Middle Blocker
Current club Rote Raben Vilsbiburg
National team
United States United States

Norisha Campbell is an American indoor volleyball player. She currently plays professionally for "Rote Raben Vilsbiburg" in Germany. She trained with the U.S. Olympic team prior to the 2008 Beijing Olympics.

High school and personal life[edit]

Norisha Campbell was born in California. She grew up in Lakeland, Florida.

College highlights[edit]

Campbell, a two-time AVCA All-East Region selection, compiled 1,319 kills at Florida State University from 1998-2001. She added 368 total blocks, including 90 solo blocks. Campbell provided the Seminoles with a .331 attack percentage during her career, including an Atlantic Coast Conference leading .366 mark as a senior. She was honored as an All-ACC First-Team selection twice in her career. Campbell was included on the Atlantic Coast Conference 50th Anniversary Volleyball Team announced in 2002.

Other highlights[edit]

Campbell has competed as part of the USA Volleyball’s High Performance pipeline. She was a member of the 1999 U.S. Women’s Junior National Team that competed at the FIVB World Junior Championships. Campbell was selected to participate in the 2001 USA National A2 Training Program. Outside of the United States, Campbell played professionally on the Rote Raben Vilsbiburg Club before she changed to VBC Volero Zurich (Switzerland) in 2008 and won the Double and reached the Champions League quarter-finals. When she moved back to Germany, she played for Allgäu-Team Sonthofen (Germany) and again for Rote Raben Vilsbiburg.

In 2013 Campbell took part in the 3rd season of the German TV show The Voice of Germany.[1]

In 2014 and 2015 Campbell co-moderated and performed at the CEV (Confédération Européenne de Volleyball) annual Volleyball Gala at the Hofburg Palace in Vienna which was broadcast live by Austrian TV-channel ORF Sport.

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