Name: Brittany Hochevar
Sport: Volleyball
Discipline(s): Beach Volleyball
Height: 6-0
Hometown: Fowler, Colo.
College: Long Beach State, broadcast journalism and marketing
Other Career Highlights
  • Was an alternate on the 2004 U.S. Women’s Indoor National Team
  • Won a bronze medal with the U.S. Women’s National Team in 2003 Pan American Games, silver with the WNT at the 2004 Pan American Cup and won a gold medal with the U.S. Women at the 2003 NORCECA Championship
  • Placed 2nd at FIVB four-star in Xiamen, China with Kelly Claes. Finished second or third at every 2018 AVP event with Claes
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  • Opened 2018 with Emily Day, then switched to Kelly Claes after Fort Lauderdale Major. Placed second at four-star event in Xiamen, China with Claes and fourth at four-star in Poland
  • On the 2017 FIVB World Tour, finished fifth with Emily Day in Xiamen, China; on the NORCECA Tour, duo finished sixth in only appearance
  • Had her best season on the domestic AVP Tour in 2017, winning three events and finishing third twice
  • In 2016, played on the World Tour with Jennifer Fopma and in her final event of the season with Emily Day; best finishes of ninth-place on three occasions
  • Has played on the FIVB World Tour since 2009, her best finishes were three fifth-places in 2013 with Lauren Fendrick
  • Made her international debut at FIVB Phuket in 2009 with Jenny Kropp
  • Won silver and bronze on the NORCECA Continental Tour in 2013
  • Won the 2016 AVP Manhattan Beach Open with Emily Day; her first AVP domestic title
  • From 2009-2016, has 17 podium finishes on the AVP Tour
  • In 2011, with Lisa Rutledge took gold at the Wide Open event in Siesta Key
  • Between 2008 and 2004, competed in 43 AVP events, with her best finish of fifth in 2007 with Keao Burdine
  • Made her beach volleyball debut at a 2004 AVP tournament in Chicago
  • Played professionally indoor in Puerto Rico before switching to the beach
  • Three-time All Big West honoree and second-team All-American at Long Beach State
Personal: Graduated from Long Beach State with a degree in broadcast journalism and marketing... Worked for the newly created Olympic Channel during the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil... Father, Brian, played for the Denver Nuggest and coached college baseball. Mom, Carmen, played DII volleyball and basketball at Southern Colorado... Brother Luke played baseball for Tennessee and was the No. 1 overall pick in the 2006 first-year player draft and made his MLB debut with the Kansas City Royals... In 2015, Luke won the World Series and was the pitcher of record in the title-claiming game
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