Mikaela Foecke Bio – Net Worth – Age & Biography

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MIKAELA FOECKE WEDDING HEIGHT NEBRASKA VOLLEYBALL HUSBAND USA RICHTER WEIGHT LOSS FAMILY ALL AMERICAN AUTOGRAPH THE KNOT SULLIVAN AWARD BIO BIRTHDAY WHEN WAS BORN CLUB DID GET MARRIED FACEBOOK FACTS WHERE IS FROM HIGH SCHOOL VIDEO HOMETOWN YOUTUBE HIGHLIGHTS HUSKER INTERVIEW IOWA ISAAC INSTAGRAM MAJOR MARRIAGE WHO MARRY OLYMPICS PARENTS PRO PHOTOS RECRUITING SPIKE SISTER SIBLINGS TEAM UNL VERTICAL

Mikaela Foecke Bio, Net Worth, Birthday & Age

About

Name: Mikaela Foecke
Position: Outside Hitter
Height: 6-3
Hometown: West Point, Iowa
High School: Holy Trinity Catholic High School
University of Nebraska
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Most notable

Selected AVCA All-America First Team for 2018 as a senior at the University of Nebraska after a second-team selection in 2017
Has helped University of Nebraska win NCAA titles in 2015 and 2017 and finished second in 2018
Selected CO-Outstanding Player of the NCAA Division I Women’s Volleyball Championship after leading the Huskers to the title

Major competitions
2019: FIVB Volleyball Nations League (Gold)

Did you know

Selected Senior CLASS Award recipient in 2018, an award awarded annually to the most outstanding senior student-athletes in NCAA Division I volleyball with remarkable achievements in the classroom, community, character, and competition awarded
Selected All-Big Ten as Junior and Senior
Nebraska named best athlete for all sports in 2018-19
Finished her college career with a 21-2 record in NCAA tournament games
According to PrepVolleyball.com ranked as the No.2 high school player in her senior season
Was named Gatorade National Player of the Year after leading the Catholic of the Holy Trinity to a 48-4 record and the school’s first state title in a sport
Member of the 2014 U.S. national junior team that won gold at the NORCECA U20 Women’s Continental Championship
Led the U.S. women’s women’s national team to a silver medal at the U18 Women’s World Championships in 2013
Played volleyball in the youth club for Club Fusion