April Ross Family, Net Worth, Husband, Professional Career, Children

April Ross Net Worth
April Ross Net Worth

April Ross is an American professional beach volleyball player know all about April Ross Family, Net Worth, Husband, Professional Career, Children

Name April Elizabeth Ross
Birthdate ( Age) 20 June 1982
Place of Birth Costa Mesa, California
Nationality American
Marital Status  Married
Husband/Partner Bradley Keenan (m. 2010)
Children Not Known
Father Glen Ross
Mother Margie Ross
Profession American professional beach volleyball player
Net Worth $3 million
Last Update 2022

April Elizabeth Ross is an American professional beach volleyball player. She won a silver medal at the 2012 Summer Olympics with Jennifer Kessy, a bronze medal at the 2016 Summer Olympics with Kerri Walsh Jennings, and a gold medal at 2020 Summer Olympics with Alix Klineman. Ross and Kessy were also the 2009 Beach Volleyball World Champions.

April Ross Family

April Ross Family

Ross grew up in Newport Beach, California where she attended Newport Harbor High School. At NHHS, in addition to lettering in track, she was a star indoor volleyball player, eventually becoming the nation’s top recruit for her graduating class.

She won the Gatorade National Player of the Year award as a senior and was the California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) Player of the Year in 1998 and 1999. In her senior season, she notched 624 kills and 526 digs. She played club volleyball for Orange County Volleyball Club for five years. She also played on the U.S. Junior National Team. She is 6 ft 1 in (1.85 m) tall.

April Ross Husband

April Ross Husband

April Elizabeth Ross is married. She married with Brad Keenan in 2010. Keenan is a beach volleyball coach at Arizona State University

April Ross Net Worth

April Elizabeth Ross is an American professional beach volleyball player who has an estimated Net Worth of $3 million in 2022.

April Ross Professional Career

Ross played indoor volleyball during her collegiate career, where she attended the University of Southern California in Los Angeles. In her freshman season she was the Pac-10 Freshman of the Year as well as the National Freshman of the Year. Additionally, she received Pac-10 First Team honors as well as AVCA Second Team All-America honors. She helped USC to the NCAA Final Four.

As a sophomore in 2001, she was a second team All American and finished the season ranked fourth in Pac-10 in kills (3.98 kpg), sixth in points (4.52 ppg) and seventh in digs (3.04 dpg) and helped USC to the NCAA Regional Finals, when she suffered a sprained ankle during game two and was forced to leave the match.

In 2008, with her beach partner Jennifer Kessy during the Swatch FIVB World Tour 2008, they finished in third place at the ConocoPhillips Grand Slam Stavanger, second place at the Dubai Open and first place at the Phuket Thailand Open, where she was named the Most Outstanding Player.

On September 7, 2008, Ross and Kessy upset the World No. 1 duo of Misty May-Treanor and Kerri Walsh at an AVP tournament in Santa Barbara, California. On July 4, 2009, Kessy and Ross won the FIVB World Championships in Stavanger, Norway defeating Brazilians Juliana Felisberta Silva and Larissa Franca. As of April 2012, Ross had eight AVP and nine FIVB 1st-place finishes overall, as well as over $937,813 in total prize money.

Olympic Games

In the 2012 London Olympics, No. 4 seed Ross and Kessy won the Silver Medal by defeating Brazil’s No. 1 seed team of Juliana and Larissa in a semi-final match after dropping the first set. They lost to teammates Misty May-Treanor and Kerri Walsh Jennings in the Gold Medal final straight sets by an identical score of 16–21.

On June 26, 2013, Ross teamed up with Walsh-Jennings to train for the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro. Ross played as a defender behind Walsh Jennings’ block.Seeded at No. 3, Ross and Walsh Jennings lost to Brazil’s No. 2 seed team of Agatha and Barbara in straight sets of 20–22 and 18–21 in a semi-final match. They defeated the No. 1 seed Brazil team of Larissa and Talita in the Bronze Medal match for Ross’s second Olympic medal.

On August 6, 2021, Klineman and Ross captured the gold medal in the 2020 Summer Olympics, after winning in straight sets versus Australia. In the entire tournament, they went undefeated in match play, and only losing one set throughout 6 matches. The win allowed Ross to complete the trifecta of winning an Olympic bronze, silver, and gold medal.

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