Khat Bell, arguably, is one of the most explosive volleyball players to-date. Early in her career, Bell recognized herself as an athlete that could play -- and excel at -- just about any sport. It was around 8th grade year when Khat began her technical training in volleyball, transforming from an athletic volleyball player to a pure volleyball "beast" on the court. The rest is history.
At just 16 years-old, the Texas native represented the United States at the 2009 FIVB Girls’ Youth World Championship in Thailand. as a member of the U.S. Girls’ Youth National Team. A 2010 Under Armour High School All-America First Team selection and a ranking as the No. 2 recruit nationally by PrepVolleyball.com followed closely, making Khat a recognizable name in the sport of volleyball.
Khat went on to dominate at University of Texas, playing every position her coach required of her -- all while racking up numerous accolades: Three-time AVCA All-American, four Big 12 conference championship rings, 2013 Volleyball Magazine Second Team, 2012 COBRA Magazine Defensive National Player of the Year, three-time All-Big 12 First Team honoree, and the list goes on.
Upon graduation from University of Texas in 2015, Khat was drafted to GS Caltex, a top tier volleyball club in South Korea. There, Khat is recognized as one of the highest paid professional women's volleyball players in the sport's history. Upon a successful season, Khat was contracted to play with the Puerto Rico -Carolina Giants, immediately after her season with Korea ended.
Bell understands the importance of, and vitality in, technical training and conditioning for volleyball.
As a guest clinician, Khat will take over one full day of Varsity: Skills, Condition, Play to implement her special technical training to all players. She is more than excited to share this experience with the girls.