Sarah Pavan

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Sarah Pavan
Prague Open 2014 - Sarah Pavan.JPG
Personal information
Nickname SP, Pav [1]
Nationality Canada
Born (1986-08-16) August 16, 1986 (age 30)
Kitchener, Ontario
Height 1.96 m (6 ft 5 in)
Weight 73 kg (161 lb)
Spike 314 cm (124 in)
Block 302 cm (119 in)
College(s) University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Beach volleyball information
Current teammate
Years Teammate
2016- Melissa Humana-Paredes
Best results
Years Location Result
2016
2016
2016
Porec
Moscow
Rio Olympics
rank 2
Rank 3
5th
Indoor volleyball information
Position Wing Spiker
Number 9
Career
Years Teams
2004–2007
2008–2010
2010–2011
2011–2012
2012–2014
2014–2015
2015–
United States Nebraska Cornhuskers
Italy Spes Volley Conegliano
South Korea Korea Expressway
Italy MC Carnaghi
Brazil Unilever Rio de Janeiro
South Korea GS Caltex Seoul
China Shanghai Guohua Life
National team
2010 Canada Canada

Sarah Lindsey Pavan (born August 16, 1986) is a Canadian beach volleyball and former indoor volleyball player. She was part of the Canada women's national volleyball team at the 2010 FIVB Volleyball Women's World Championship in Japan.[2] She played with Korea Expressway.

Pavan played college volleyball at The University of Nebraska—Lincoln where she led her team to win the 2006 NCAA Women's Volleyball Tournament, and was named the tournament's Most Outstanding Player. Her collegiate accolades are numerous, and include winning the Honda-Broderick Cup (2007), the AVCA National Player of the Year (2006), and thrice the Big 12 Player of the Year (2005–07). She also won several academic awards, including twice winning ESPN The Magazine Academic All-American of the Year (2007–08) and earning a degree in biochemistry with a perfect 4.0 GPA.

Beach Volleyball[edit]

After contacting Heather to find out if she knew anyone looking for a partner, she paired up with Heather Bansley in 2013 when she changed over to Beach Volleyball.[3] After Qualifying for the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio, the pair competed in Pool-E and won all 3 matches with a 2-0 set score. For the Round of 16 match they were paired with the other Canadian team of Broder and Valjas, which they won in straight sets of (21–16, 21–11). The pair made it to the quarter finals at the Summer Olympics in Rio. They lost to Germany's Laura Ludwig and Kira Walkenhorst in straight sets of (14/21 14/21)

As of September 2016 Sarah partnered with Melissa Humana-Paredes.[4]

Clubs[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://olympic.ca/team-canada/sarah-pavan/
  2. ^ "Canadian volleyball team at the 2010 FIVB Volleyball Women's World Championship". sebare.com. Retrieved 21 August 2016. 
  3. ^ http://olympics.cbc.ca/news/article/sarah-pavan-heather-bansley-only-interested-olympic-podium.html
  4. ^ Canada's Sarah Pavan, Heather Bansley part ways

External links[edit]

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Awards
Preceded by
 Kerri Walsh Jennings (USA)
Women's FIVB World Tour "Best Blocker"
2015
Succeeded by
Incumbent