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Christa Harmotto was born on 12 October, 1986 in Sewickley, Pennsylvania, United States, is an American volleyball player. At 34 years old, Christa Harmotto height is 6 ft 2 in (188.0 cm).
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|Christa Harmotto Age||36 years old|
|Born||12 October 1986|
|Birthplace||Sewickley, Pennsylvania, United States|
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Christa Harmotto Weight & Measurements
|Weight||174 lb (79 kg)|
|Body Measurements||Not Available|
|Eye Color||Not Available|
|Hair Color||Not Available|
Who Is Christa Harmotto's Husband?
Her husband is Derek Dietzen (m. 2012)
|Husband||Derek Dietzen (m. 2012)|
Christa Harmotto Net Worth
She net worth has been growing significantly in 2021-22. So, how much is Christa Harmotto worth at the age of 36 years old? Christa Harmotto’s income source is mostly from being a successful Player. She is from American. We have estimated Christa Harmotto's net worth , money, salary, income, and assets.
|Net Worth in 2022||$1 Million - $5 Million|
|Salary in 2022||Under Review|
|Net Worth in 2021||Pending|
|Salary in 2021||Under Review|
|Source of Income||Player|
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|Wikipedia||Christa Harmotto Wikipedia|
Harmotto was part of the USA national team that won the 2014 World Championship gold medal when the team defeated China 3-1 in the final match.
She played in 121 of Penn State's 122 games of the year and started all 36 matches. She finished the year with 375 kills on .492 hitting percentage, a percentage which ranks among the top five in NCAA history and also ranked first in the conference and second nationally. She had 200 blocks on the year and averaged 1.65 blocks per game, which tied for fifth in the nation and was second on the team. She equaled her career high of 17 kills with no errors to hit .444 against Wisconsin. She helped her squad to a 20–0 Big Ten record and a 34–2 record overall.
She helped Penn State to their second consecutive 20–0 Big Ten season, without dropping a single set to any teams. In the 2008 NCAA Tournament, she was named to the NCAA University Park Regional All-Tournament Team after helping her team advance to the NCAA Final Four after sweeping Western Michigan and California.
In the National Semifinals against Nebraska, Harmotto had 7 kills and 4 blocks. In the NCAA National Championship against Stanford, Harmotto had 8 kills and 6 blocks to help Penn State to a 38–0 record and claimed their second consecutive NCAA Championship.
Harmotto ended her career with a .433 career hitting percentage – second best in NCAA history.
Harmotto was selected to the U.S. National Team roster that traveled to Cairo, Egypt in April 2009. The U.S. team played two matches against the Egypt National Team. In the first match against Egypt, which USA won 3–1, Harmotto had a team high 18 points, including 16 kills with a 64 kill percent and .560 attack efficiency.
In May 2009, Harmotto began to train with the U.S. National Team. She participated in the 2009 Women's Pan-American Volleyball Cup in July, the 2009 FIVB World Grand Prix in August and the 2009 Final Four Intercontinental Cup in Lima, Peru in September. At the Final Four Cup, Harmotto was starter in all five matches. She averaged 0.95 blocks per set, totaled 19 blocks in five matches and was named the tournament's "Best Blocker". She helped Team USA to the gold medal match, where they lost to World No. 1 Brazil in four sets.
Harmotto is an education major and was named ESPN The Magazine Academic All-American of the Year in 2008. She has also been named Academic All-Big Ten in 2006, 2007 and 2008. She says her goals after her Penn State career is over is to play internationally and go to the Olympics.
Harmotto is a middle hitter and her kills are fast and hard to defend, which is why she had a .492 hitting percentage in 2007 and led the nation in hitting percentage for most of the season in 2008 with a .486 percentage. She is also known as one of the nations top blockers, as she had 200 blocks in 2007 and 166 in 2008.
In NCAA play and helping her team win the 2007 NCAA National Championship against top seeded Stanford, she was named to the NCAA Final Four All-Tournament Team after having 14 kills and hitting .435 in the championship match.
She played college volleyball at Pennsylvania State University team from 2005–2008. At Penn State, she had a .486 hitting percentage on the year, which led the nation. She was named the Big Ten Player of the Year in 2007, was nominated for the Honda Award in 2007 and 2008 and is a three-time AVCA All-American. She is playing for .
As a high school senior in 2004, she was named the Pennsylvania State Gatorade Player of the Year and was also an All-American. She was a member of the 2004 USA Women's Junior National Team that won the NORCECA Championship in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada and was also selected to the 2005 USA Junior National Team that competed in Ankara, Turkey, at the FIVB Under-20 World Championships.
She set a school record 183 blocks in her junior year at Hopewell and in 2004–05 as a senior she set a school record for hitting percentage at .595. She led Hopewell to a No. 1 Pennsylvania ranking and also helped her squad to a 59–0 record against WPIAL opponents. She played club volleyball for Pittsburgh Renaissance that qualified for the Junior Olympics. Harmotto was considered a top 15 recruit for the class of 2005.
Harmotto recovered from her injury, and posted an impressive sophomore campaign. She played in 111 of 114 games that the Nittany Lions played and ranked first on the team in blocks per game (1.58), second on the squad in hitting percentage (.405) and third on the team in kills per game (2.85). Her average of 1.58 blocks per game ranks tied for 10th on Penn State's all-time single-season record list, equaling Terri Zemaitis' 1997 mark. She had a career high 17 kills on .483 hitting in the win versus Minnesota en route to being named the conference player of the week. She helped Penn State to the NCAA Regional Final.
Christa Deanne Harmotto Dietzen (born October 12, 1986) is an American indoor volleyball player, a member of the United States women's national volleyball team and Turkey club Fenerbahce Grundig, a participant of the Olympic Games (2012, 2016), bronze medalist of the 2016 Olympic Games, 2015 World Cup, silver medalist of the 2012 Olympic Games, and a gold medalist of the 2014 World Championship.