Kristin Klein Keefe, 2023

She was a standout on every level of her volleyball career. She was a High School All-American, and CIF Player of the Year, leading her championship Marymount team, plus became the USVBA Prep MVP in sparking her squad to the 1986 national championship. The 6-0 outside hitter went onto become a rare four-time All-American at Stanford where she was selected as the 1991 National Player of the Year when she led the Cardinal to the top national ranking. She played on the USA National Team from 1992-96, including being a part of the 1996 USA Olympic Team in Atlanta. She played in the 1991 World University Games, winning a bronze medal, and Pan-American Games. She won silver at the 1993 NORCECA Zone Championships and played for the USA at the 1994 and 1995 World Grand Prix (winning gold in 1995) and the 1994 World Championships. She was inducted into the Stanford Athletics HOF in 2000. She has two daughters (Caitlin & Michaela), who also attended Stanford, winning multiple NCAA volleyball titles. She is married to former Stanford basketball player Adam Keefe, and they have a son James playing on the Cardinal BB team.