Born as April Elizabeth Ross, April Ross is an American professional beach volleyball player. She bagged a silver medal at the 2012 Summer Olympics and a bronze medal at the 2016 Summer Olympics.
She has an estimated net worth of $3 million. She married Bradley Keenan, who is also a beach volleyball player.
As of 2021, April Ross has an estimated net worth of $3 million, mostly earned through his volleyball career.
In the United States, the majority of income earned by volleyball players is earned by winning. In contrast, those who play in Europe are paid a salary each month. Since salaries for professional volleyball players in the U.S. are determined by total prize money, players must-win match to earn their income.
Ross Career Earning:
|United States||1st (41 times)||$756,838|
|AVP||1st (36 times)||$677,713|
|AVP HWN*||1st (6 times)||$38,125|
|NVL||1st (3 times)||$13,750|
|International||1st (25 times)||$1,174,975|
|FIVB||1st (25 times)||$1,174,425|
|Overall||1st (67 times)||$1,948,063|
April Ross who stands 6 feet and 1 inch and weighs around 75 kg. is a married woman. She tied the knot with her long-term boyfriend, Bradley Keenan. The couple is living happily as a husband and wife. Nevertheless, there is no information about their children.
A native of Westminster, California, Keenan is a beach volleyball coach at Arizona State University. Before landing a job at ASU, he was the graduate assistant coach at Concordia University in Irvine, California while he was working on his Master’s Degree in Exercise and Sports Science there. Also, he has a B.S. in Accounting from Pepperdine University in Malibu.
She was born in the year 1982, on June 20; Costa Mesa, California, United States is her birthplace. She is an American by her nationality and belongs to white ethnicity. She also has siblings and her name is Amy Ross. Amy is an artist by her profession. She is the daughter of Glenn Ross and Margie Ross.
She went to Newport Harbor High School for her early education. Throughout, her high school period, she was effective and proficient in a volleyball game, she considered a star player by her teammates.
She bags the Gatorade National Player of the Year award as a senior and was the California Interscholastic Federation Player of the Year in 1998 and 1999. She also had shown her volleyball skills for Orange Country volleyball club. She played there for five years. She also played for the U.S Junior national team.
She attended the University of Southern California, in Los Angeles for her higher education. She spreads her magic by playing perfectly throughout her college period.
In the year 2012, she participated in the Olympic Games and she managed to win the silver medal along with her teammates. She also performed in Rio Olympics 2016 and won bronze medal along with Kerri Walsh Jennings.
She won numerous awards: