Overview
Michelle Bartsch-Hackley

Michelle Bartsch-Hackley

Club
Agil Volley
Nationality
United States
Birth Date
12/02/1990
Birth Place
Kansas, USA
Height
190 cm
Weight
78 kg

 Sport: Volleyball

Discipline(s): Volleyball
Position: Outside Hitter
Height: 6-3
Hometown: Maryville, Illinois
College: University of Illinois
Personal: Mother (Julie) played volleyball at University of Kansas while father (Michael) played soccer at Blackburn College....Served as student assistant coach at Illinois while getting her undergraduate degree in sport management...In high school, qualified for sectionals as a member of her high school's swim team and placed sixth at the regional track and field meet in the triple jump...Was a high school four-year starter in basketball eclipsing the 1,000-point plateau and shooting 63.5 percent from the field in earning honorable mention all-state honors
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Most Notable
    Selected AVCA All-America Third Team in 2010 and 2011, Volleyball Magazine All-America First Team in 2011Named AVCA Mideast Region Freshman of the YearHelped Dresdner Win the 2014-2015 German Bundesliga title
Did You Know
    Scored 11 points in two sets against China during FIVB World Grand Prix Finals Round on July 8, 2016 - her first FIVB match appearanceScored 49 points during 19 sets of Pan Am Cup, helping Team USA win gold in her first international tournamentAveraged 2.00 points per set, without a single set start in six Pan American Games matches in which Team USA won goldServed as an assistant coach for the UC Irvine Men's Volleyball Program in 2013 as the team won the NCAA Men's National ChampionshipLed Illinois to NCAA title match in 2011 and named to NCAA All-Tournament TeamEnded collegiate career at Illinois ranked 7th in kills and 10th in digsNamed to U.S. Women's National A2 Team (now called U.S. Collegiate National Team)Helped Illinois to four straight Big Ten runner-up finishes and four straight NCAA Sweet 16 appearancesStarting middle blocker for U.S. Women's Junior National Team that won gold at 2008 NORCECA Women's Junior Continental ChampionshipNamed Best Server at 2008 NORCECA Women's Junior Continental ChampionshipStarted professional career playing in Puerto RicoServed as student assistant coach at Illinois while getting her undergraduate degree in sport managementIn high school, qualified for sectionals as a member of her high school's swim team and placed sixth at the regional track and field meet in the triple jumpWas a high school four-year starter in basketball eclipsing the 1,000-point plateau and shooting 63.5 percent from the field in earning honorable mention all-state honorsMother (Julie) played volleyball at University of Kansas while father (Michael) played soccer at Blackburn College.

Career

  • Position Wing spiker
  • Selection Olympic (0) - W.C. (12) - Other (67)
  • Current Club Agil Volley
  • Spike 305
  • Block 296