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Lloy Ball, whose real name is Lloy James Ball, was born on February 17, 1972, in Fort Wayne, Indiana, United States of America.
Lloy Ball is a retired professional American volleyball player who played as a part of the American National Team from 1993 - 2008. Lloy Ball was also a participant for the Team USA in several Olympic Games including Atlanta Olympics in 1996, Sydney Olympics in 2000, and Athens Olympics in 2004.
Now that he cannot play, he is handling Team Pineapple, a which is volleyball clinic wherein, his father Arnie Ball also participates. He is one of the most awarded volleyball players in the history of the USA.
Lloy Ball has a net worth of $1-5 million as a successful volleyball player.
Details on the annual income of Lloy Ball are unavailable.
Lloy Ball is 6 ft 8 in (203 cm) tall.
Lloy Ball is 50 years old as of 2022. He was born on February 17, 1972, in Fort Wayne.
Lloy Ball was born in Fort Wayne, Indiana. He spent his childhood with his parents in his hometown, Woodburn. He spent his childhood with his parents Arnie Ball and Sandy Ball filled with volleyball. He earned his high school diploma from Woodland High School and later he graduated from Indiana University - Purdue University Fort Wayne. He played Volleyball in his college days as well. He was a student from 1991 - 1995.
Lloy Ball is married to Sara and he has one son and one daughter.
Lloy Ball is best known for his skills in playing volleyball. Lloy Ball has been one of the best players among his friends in his school and college. He is also known for receiving many awards for his brilliant skills and well-played matches.
Lloy Ball’s career began when Bobby Knight recruited him to play for Indiana University – Purdue University Fort Wayne (IPFW). Lloy Ball played for Arnie Ball, his father in his volleyball team from 1991-1995. He was named Volleyball Magazine National Freshman of the Year during his freshman season.
In May 1994, Lloy Ball became a part of Team USA, after completing an exemplary collegiate career. In 2007 he represented the US Men’s Volleyball team in FIVB Men’s World Cup, assisting the team in securing the fourth position. In FIVB World League 2008, Lloy Ball led US Men's team to its initial World League Title wherein the team defeated the Serbian team in the finals, in this match, he was declared as the Best Setter and then was selected as the MVP of the tournament.
Lloy Ball debuted in the Atlantic Olympics games in 1996, where Team USA was tied with team South Korea in the ninth position and 11th in the 2000 Sydney Olympics. In 2004, at the Athens Olympics games, Lloy Ball led his team until the semi-finals, where they could not win against the gold medalist team, Brazil. Even though they didn't win any medals, it was one of the best finishes for the men in the Olympics ever since they secured the bronze medal back in 1992.
After Lloy Ball’s selection in the 2008 Olympic games, he became the first-ever USA-based volleyball player to be a part of four Olympics.
Lloy Ball became a gold medalist at the Olympic games held in Beijing in 2008. In the NORCECA Championship which was held in 2007 and the World League which was held in 2008, lloy ball won the Gold medal. He is also a silver medalist for his performance in the Pan American in 1995. He also bagged a bronze medal at the World Championship in 1994 and later in 2015 was inducted into the International Hall of Game. He was a part of the inaugural class of athletes to have been inducted into the IPFW Athletics Hall of Fame in 2006.
Lloy Ball played for his father, Arnie Ball from 1991 - 1995.
Lloy Ball was a member of the American national team in 1994 after concluding a stellar collegiate career at the IPFW Hall.
Lloy Ball got his first breakthrough in 1987 when he became a part of the team at an automatic position at the age of 15, at the Olympic Games festival.
Lloy Ball is a two-time MIVA Player of the Year in 1993 and 1994.
Lloy James Ball is ranked on the list of 3583 popular volleyball players.
Lloy Ball spent the early part of his life in Woodburn, Indiana, where he attended Woodlan High School. Indiana did not sanction varsity competition for male volleyball and as a result Lloy Ball could play competitive volleyball during summers.
Bobby Knight selected Lloy James Ball to play basketball for Indiana University.
Lloy Ball played for the professional club VC Zenit Kazan and won several honors with the club. This includes the gold medal at the CEV Champions League in 2007-2008 and a silver medal at the CEV Champions League in 2010-2011.
In 2002, Lloy James Ball led Team USA to a ninth-place finish at World Championships 2002.
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