|Hometown||Ponte Vedra Beach, FL|
|Birthday||May 11, 1997|
Corinne Quiggle grew up in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida. Her love for volleyball originated and grew in her side yard, peppering against the wall and practicing ball control. After watching the Olympics as a kid, she picked up a volleyball and hasn’t let go since. Corinne graduated early from high school and moved to California to pursue her beach volleyball career. At 17 years old, Corinne started her collegiate career at Pepperdine University where she quickly made an impact. She excelled on and off the court earning 2018 WCC Player of the Year, 2017 National Championship All-Tournament Team, 2017 National Champion Runner up, and a two-time All-American and All-Academic honors.
Corinne established herself on the AVP, NORCECA and FIVB tours in her first professional season in 2019, winning back to back gold medals for the USA on the NORCECA tour, a silver medal on the FIVB World Tour and several AVP quarterfinal appearances. Corinne’s favorite memory on the AVP was seeing her friends and family cheering her on at the Manhattan Beach Open quarterfinals in 2018, marking the beginning of her career. Upon others, Corinne’s guilty pleasure is ice cream. When she’s not training – Corinne loves to surf, snowboard, travel, learn new languages, and play the ukulele.