Long Beach Misty May-Treanor
Long Beach City College has named Olympic gold-medalist Misty May-Treanor as the Director of Volleyball Operations. May-Treanor’s appointment is set to begin July 5.
May-Treanor will oversee the LBCC men’s and women’s volleyball program and serve as head coach for the indoor women’s volleyball team and the newly created women’s beach volleyball team.
The Long Beach Aquatic Capital of America Foundation today announced the winners of its fourth annual Aquatic Capital Awards. This year’s honorees include some of Long Beach’s most noteworthy contributors to business and tourism, clean water and conservation, and the city’s Olympic Gold Medal count.
Photo by Plashing Vole
The City of Long Beach will celebrate local Olympians with a parade on Saturday, September 15. The parade route starts in Belmont Shore and begins at 2:00 p.m. Gold medalists Misty May-Treanor and Jessica Hardy will be among the athletes present that day; and many more Long Beach Olympians have been confirming their attendance daily.
The Long Beach Aquatic Capital of America Foundation will host its third annual Aquatic Athlete of the Year ceremony on November 10, 2011, with an awards dinner and special reception with Long Beach Olympians at Keesal, Young & Logan.
The return of beach volleyball star Misty May-Treanor will highlight a full weekend of beach volleyball action at Marina Green Park Saturday and Sunday, July 24 and 25.
May-Treanor, beach volleyball’s all-time winningest player who starred at Long Beach State University, will compete in the AVP NIVEA Tour Long Beach Open, presented by Malibu Rum, at Marina Green Park.