Linda Fernandez

United States

Volleyball

B: June 10, 1950

International Volleyball Association All-Star 1976-'79

Fernandez graduated from the University of Hawaii, helping the team to a national championship runner-up finish behind UCLA in 1973. Fernandez played for several years in the International Volleyball Association, a co-ed professional league. She played for the Los Angeles Stars and led them to a championship in 1975. She played for two seasons with the Santa Barbara Spikers and in 1978 joined the Seattle Smashers and played with Wilt Chamberlain.

SUPERSTARS RECORD
EVENT
PLACE POINTS MONEY
EVENT WINS
1977 Women's Final
3
41
$22,300
Quarter Mile Run
1978 Women's Final
2
41
$27,300
Tennis, Quarter Mile Run
1979 Women's Final
1
48
$39,400
Obstacle Course
1980 Women's Final
1
53
$40,900
N/A
TOTALS
183
$130,800
3

PERSONAL BESTS
Tennis
1st
1978 Women's Final
Swimming - 75 Meters
50.87
1977 Women's Final
Softball Throw
188' 5"
1977 Women's Final
Quarter Mile Run
1:01.80
1977 Women's Final
60 Yard Dash
7.61
1977 Women's Final
Bike Race - 3/4 Mile
2:16.60
1977 Women's Final
Obstacle Course
22.49
1979 Women's Final
Points Scored

53

1980 Women's Final


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