Wendy Stammer

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Wendy Stammer
birthday February 11, 1965
place of birth Livermore (California), United States
size 1.83 m
Indoor volleyball
position External attack / adoption
Louisiana State University
Los Angeles Starlites
Preca Moda Cislago
USC Munster
St. Louis Quest
1997 - German champion
beach volleyball
Partner 1994–1998 various
2000, 2005 Gayle Stammer
2001 Dianne DeNecochea
2001, 2003–2004 Jennifer Meredith
2002 Nancy Reynolds
2004–2005 Pat Keller
As of July 11, 2014

Wendy Stammer (born February 11, 1965 in Livermore , California ) is a former American volleyball and beach volleyball player .

Career indoor volleyball

Stammer played indoors for Louisiana State University from 1983 to 1986 . In 1988 she played with the Los Angeles Starlites in the professional US major league. In the 1992/93 season she was active in the Italian Serie A2 for Preca Moda Cislago . From 1996 to 1998, the attacker and defense specialist played in the German Bundesliga for USC Münster . During this time she was represented in the rankings of German volleyball and became German champion in 1997 . A second championship title in 1998 was revoked from the USC Münster because Stammer had taken an ephedrine-containing drug against asthma in the final game against the Schweriner SC and was convicted of doping. In 2002 she played in the United States Professional Volleyball League with St. Louis Quest.

Career beach volleyball

Stammer has also played beach volleyball since 1994, initially on the national "4-on-4 tour". From 1995 to 2005 she was on the US AVP tour a. a. with her older sister Gayle Stammer , with Dianne DeNecochea , with Jennifer Meredith , with Nancy Reynolds and with Pat Keller . Her best season was 2001 with Jennifer Meredith when she had numerous top ten finishes. Stammer also started twice on the FIVB World Tour .


Wendy Stammer married Eckhard Müller from Münster in 1999. Today she works as a volleyball coach.

Web links

Individual evidence

  1. Lutz Hackmann: USC - SSC: The master-masters among themselves. (No longer available online.) Echo-münster, January 27, 2012, archived from the original on July 14, 2014 ; Retrieved July 11, 2014 .
  2. Ingo Matzat: USC Münster - a prime example with a limited expiry date. Die Welt , May 4, 2000, accessed July 11, 2014 .
  3. Quest Signs Pro volleyball veteran Wendy Stammer. Our Sports Central, October 21, 2002, accessed July 11, 2014 .