Lexi Sun Bio, Net Worth, Birthday & Age
Alexis Dawn Sun (born September 19, 1998) is an American college volleyball player at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. As a graduate student at The Santa Fe Christian School, she was named National Volleyball Player of the Year of the Gatorade. She was the number one national recruit in college and enrolled at the University of Texas after graduating in 2017. After her first year in Texas, she announced in April 2018 that she would be moving to the University of Nebraska.
Early years of life
Lexi Sun was born in Encinitas, California and grew up with Conrad and Beth Sun. Conrad played basketball for Sacramento State University and later for the Taiwan national team. She has two siblings, her brother Marcus and sister Natalie.
Growing up, she played competitive football for eight years and won two consecutive national championships, but quickly became 5-10, too big for football. Her parents enrolled her in volleyball and she proved to be naturally gifted.
High School Career
Sun attended Santa Fe Christian, a private school in Solana Beach, California. In her first year, she recorded 390 kills and 164 digs and finished the year with a .312 hit rate.  She was named to the MaxPreps subclass All-American team and the California Volleyball All-State team in 2014.
In her second year, she finished with 240 kills and 235 digs, reaching .298. This year, she was named player of the game three times and established herself as one of the best high school players in the country.
At the beginning of her junior year, she was named to the All-American team of the MaxPreps Preseason 2015. However, as she played very actively for the U18 national team of the USA in the summer, she decided to suspend her junior season in order to rest and recover. In March 2015, she officially committed to playing volleyball at the University of Texas
Sun decided to return to her high school volleyball team in the fall of 2016 for her final year. She finished the year with a career-high 630 kills, 288 digs, and a .431 record. She was named player of the game 11 times and led the Eagles to a 32-8 record. After averaging 28 kills per match, she was named MaxPreps California Player of the Year. She was also named MaxPreps National Player of the Year, Gatorade National Player of the Year, and Under Armour All-American MVP. She was ranked number one among high school recruits by many publications, even though she had been working for Texas the previous year.