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Kelly  Irvin


Pacific Palisades, Calif.

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Marymount High School Three-year starter and two-year co-captain ... Helped Marymount to the 2005 and 2006 California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) Southern Section (DD) Division IV regional title ... Team also captured the 2006 CIF Division IA state championship and was made a semifinal appearance in 2005 ... Named to state all-tournament team ... First-Team All-CIF selection (add 2007) ... High School All-American ... Listed 84th on's top-100 seniors list ... 2005 Sunshine League MVP ... 2005 CIF SS Division IV Co-Player of the Year ... Member of Gene's Team Volleyball Club for nine years ... Four-year captain of Gene's Team ... Led team to bronze medal at the 2006 USA Junior Olympics in the 17 Open Division ... Named to Junior Olympics all-tournament team in 2005 and 2006 ... Helped Gene's Team to first place at the 2006 Las Vegas Classic, the 2006 Far Western Junior Olympic Qualifier, and the 2005 North East and Southern Cal Junior Olympic Qualifiers ... 2005 AAU Beach Volleyball Player of the Year ... Gold medalist at the 2006 USA Beach Volleyball Junior Olympics ... Half of the sole pair that represented the United States at the 2006 SWATCH FIVB U19 World Championships in Bermuda ... Won gold medal at the 2005 AAU Beach National Championships ... Captured bronze medal at the 2004 USA Beach Volleyball Junior Olympics

Personal Born on May 19, 1989 in Santa Monica, Calif. ... Daughter of Chris and Anne Irvin ... Has a younger brother, Steven, and a younger sister, Christine ... Father, Chris, played volleyball at UCLA and won national championships in 1974 and 1975


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