In 2021, USA Volleyball had a successful season, winning the VNL and the Tokyo Olympics. The best athletes in the United States have reported to their professional teams worldwide.

The best teams in the world have a vast number of players. Some players joined their professional teams for the first time, while others returned to their previous seasons’ squads.

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Here is a list of the 5 best USA volleyball players in 2022:

Chiaka Ogbogu, New Jersey, United States

In college, she was a four-time AVCA All-American (first team in 2014, 2015, 2017, second team in 2013)

She helped Texas go to the NCAA Division I Tournament championship game in 2015, but Nebraska defeated them.

At the University of Texas, she had the most blocks.

It’s only the beginning of Ogbogu’s friendship as she starts her junior year as a member of the third-ranked Texas Volleyball team after being named Big 12 Player of the Year in the preseason. 

Accolades include:

He holds the record for most block assists at the University of Texas. He hit a career-high in the first round of the 2017 NCAA Tournament. 917 against Fairfield. In 2012, she was named Gatorade Texas High School Player. 

In 2008, she joined Texas Advantage and stayed until 2013. She led Coppell High School to two Texas 5A state championships in 2011 and 2012. She was selected as an AVCA All-American that year.

Hannah Tapp, Stewartville, Minnesota

During the 2016 season, Tapp made her Schweriner SC debut. After her rookie season, she moved to Italy and plays for A1 Firenze. When Tapp was chosen to compete in the 2017 FIVB Grand Prix, she was already a member of Team USA. Tapp helped Team USA attain a fifth-place finish in the series.

The American Volleyball Coaches Association named five volleyball players from the University of Minnesota to its All-American team. One of the five university players was Hannah Tapp of Stewartville.

Samantha Seliger-Swenson and Sarah Wilhite of the Gophers were named first-team All-America. They were both born in Minnesota, in Eden Prairie and Minnetonka, respectively.

After being voted All-Big Ten for the second year, Tapp was named second-team All-America. (She has 324 kills, 2.72 kills per set, and 2.72 kill blocks per set to lead the Gophers). In addition, Tapp had a batting average of over 300 in all of her games this season. This season, she was also named Big Ten Defensive Player of the Year, which is a beautiful honor. 

Emily Stockman, Colorado Springs, Colorado

Stockman defeated teams ranked third and fourth in the AVP main draw in her first two matches. After that, she was no longer necessary to compete in an AVP qualifying event.

In 2009, she graduated from Wichita State University with a bachelor’s degree in exercise science. She works with individuals as a personal trainer in Hermosa Beach.

For the past four years, she has been playing beach volleyball. She played volleyball for four years in Europe and the United States after attending Wichita State University and earning two All-American awards. In 2015, she was accepted into the USA Vs. Elite Development Program. 

In 2016, she won her first international competition in St. Lucia, the NORCECA. FIVB Tour: She has already won two additional gold medals in the FIVB Tour.

Kelley Larsen Kolinske, San Diego, California

When she and Betsi Flint won all five of their games in Cincinnati in September of that year, they were the youngest duo to win an AVP event. They were 46 years, four months, and 27 days apart (the record was surpassed in September 2017). 

There were four groups in the competition. Kolinske and Flint won by defeating the teams ranked second through sixth.

In 2015, Kelley Kolinske and Betsi Flint were the youngest (at the time) pair to win an AVP title. Kelley was a two-time All-American at Pepperdine University, competing on the beach and gym. 

In 2012 and 2014, she also won two National Beach Championships. She has more games won at Pepperdine Beach than any other player in the school’s history.

Kerri Walsh Jennings, Santa Clara, California

At the Olympics, Kerri Walsh-Jennings won three gold medals in beach volleyball. She is also a professional beach volleyball player. Misty May has been Treanor’s partner for a long time in the game.

She and Misty May-Treanor took their game to the beach in 2001. Due to their near-unstoppable performance over more than a decade, the pair is frequently regarded as the best in its history. 

They both won the title during the 2002 Federation Internationale de Volleyball Tour. In 2003, they were named “Team of the Year.” Walsh-Jennings was also named most valuable player and best offensive player by the Association of Volleyball Players in 2003, a distinction she retained the following year.