Carli Lloyd

Carli Lloyd

Praia Clube
United States
Birth Date
Birth Place
California, USA
180 cm
75 kg


    Set Team USA to the 2015 Pan American Cup gold medal and was the leading setter in running set average at 6.27 per setNamed the 2015 Most Valuable Player at the Pan American Games Started four of five matches at 2011 Pan American Games in helping the U.S. win the bronze medal…averaged 4.67 assists, 1.17 points and 0.50 blocks per set while converting six of nine errorless attacks for kills
2015 - USA Volleyball Cup vs China...Pan American Cup (Gold)...Pan American Games (Gold). 
2012 - Pan American Cup (Gold). 
2011 – Pan American Games (Bronze). 

    Her uncle Galen Tomlinson, who was Turbo in the 1980s television series American Gladiator, was her mentor and coach in both volleyball and track and field in her youth. After the passing of Lloyd’s father when she was four years old, Tomlinson moved in shortly afterwards and came to be a father figure for her. To read more about the relationship, click hereLed U.S. Women’s National A2 Team to the gold medal at the 2010 USA Volleyball Open National Championships and selected to the all-tournament teamBecame first player to become a three-time selection for the U.S. Women’s National A2 ProgramNamed all-tournament at the 2009 USA Volleyball Open National Championships after leading her USA A2 squad to the bronze medal.Helped her USA A2 squad to the gold medal at the 2008 USA Volleyball Open National Championships, earning all-tournament in the process.Majored in Social Welfare at the University of California-BerkeleyNamed American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) Division I Player of the Year and All-America First-Team after leading University of California-Berkeley to a runner-up finish in the NCAA Division I Women's National ChampionshipBecame second-player in school history to receive three AVCA All-America honorsCaptured three all-tournament honors in final three seasons of competing in the USA Volleyball Girls' Junior National ChampionshipsGrandfather Doug Tomlinson was a former Major League Baseball pitcher for the Cleveland Indians


  • Position Setter
  • Selection Olympic (8) - W.C. (12) - Other (84)
  • Current Club Eczacibasi Vitra Istanbul
  • Spike 313
  • Block 295