Spotlight: UCLA's Jeanne Beauprey Reeves
JEANNE BEAUPREY REEVES - An All-American volleyball player at UCLA in her senior year of 1982, Beauprey Reeves was a member of the 1984 U.S. Olympic volleyball team which won the silver medal in Los Angeles. She also served as an assistant coach for the 1996 Olympic volleyball team in Atlanta (only woman to go to Olympics as a player and a coach in volleyball). A four-time All-Conference selection from 1979-82, Reeves stills ranks among the career leaders in many statistical categories. One of the most accomplished athletes in UCLA history, Reeves captained the Bruin volleyball team her final two seasons and was a frequent starter on the basketball team in her freshman and sophomore years. After her Bruin playing career ended, Reeves served as a graduate assistant coach for two years around her Olympic team obligations and followed that as a full-time assistant coach under Andy Banachowski for six seasons (`86-'92) which included back-to-back NCAA Championships (1990-91). She is currently a member of the pro beach volleyball tour.
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