Rhamat Alhassan

Rhamat Alhassan

Athlete Bio




Glenarden, MD


The Academy of the Holy Cross (Kensington, Maryland) University of Florida

Most Notable

  • 2017-18 Honda Sport Award winner for Volleyball
  • Four-time AVCA All-American at University of Florida
  • 2017 SEC Player of the Year as senior at University of Florida
  • Competed for the U.S. Women's National Team in 2015, 2016 and 2017 while still in college at University of Florida
  • Named Best Blocker of the 2016 Pan American Cup

Major Competitions

  • 2019: Pan American Games (7th)
  • 2017: Pan American Cup (Gold)
  • 2016: Pan American Cup (Bronze)

Did You Know

  • Second player in University of Florida history to earn a spot on one of the three AVCA All-America teams four times
  • Second player in NCAA Division I history to tally at least 1,250 kills, 605 blocks and hit at a .420 career clip
  • Career .423 hitting efficiency ranks seven in NCAA Division I history following 2017 season
  • Telecommunications - Production major at University of Florida
  • As a junior at Florida, was only player in NCAA Division I ranked among the top 15 in both hitting efficiency and blocks per set
  • Helped U.S. Junior National Team to the 2015 European Global Challenge gold medal
  • Sparked U.S. Junior National Team to the 2014 NORCECA Women's U20 Continental Championship gold medal as she was named the most valauble player and best blocker
  • Participated in the U.S. Women's National Team winter training block
  • At a 2013 tryout, had a jump reach height of 11-1 en route to being selected to U.S. Girls' Youth National Training Team roster
  • Played youth club volleyball for Metro American
  • Nominated to be a McDonald's All-American in high school basketball after scoring 1,000 career points at The Academy of the Holy Cross in Kensington, Md.

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