Samantha Bricio Bio

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Samantha Bricio Bio

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Samantha Bricio

Born: Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico

Birthday: November 22, 1994

Horoscope Sign: Scorpio

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Smartasses Magazine Top 100 - Female EmpowermentSamantha Bricio Bio – Smartasses Magazine Samantha Bricio (born November 22, 1994) is a Mexican volleyball player. Her parents are Guillermo Bricio and Estela Ramo, and she has two older brothers, Nijinsky, and Irving, who was a member of the Mexican senior national team that won the 2007 Pan-American Cup. Bricio attended Preparatoria de Universidad del Valle de Atemajac de Guadalajara High School in Guadalajara, and graduated in May 2016 from the University of Southern California, where she majored in psychology. She is 6′ 2″ (188 cm) tall. Bricio began her international volleyball career at age 15, and is the youngest player to ever play for the Mexican national team.

After winning the gold medal in the Mexican National Games in the 13–14-year-old category, Bricio won the silver in the NORCECA U-18 Championship and qualified for the 2009 U-18 World Championships, where she won the Rising Star award. The following year, she played in the 2009 FIVB Girls Youth World Championship at Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand, and was the team’s youngest competitor, at age 14. Bricio’s performance attracted the interest of the Mexican Volleyball Federation for the 2011 Pan American Games and the 2012 Olympics. In 2010, at age 15, she received the Medal of Sporting Merit from the Guadalajara city council for her achievements and won an athletic scholarship.

In 2011, Bricio played in the first Girls’ Youth Pan-American Cup, winning a silver medal and the Best Scorer award. She was scouted by several colleges before deciding to attend USC. That year, she won a one-year athletic scholarship and her second Medal of Sporting Merit from the Guadalajara city council. In 2012, Bricio led her school to a win in the Private High Schools National Championship, and was selected for the All-Star team. Also that year, she received a full athletic scholarship to the University of Southern California after receiving twelve offers, where she led the Women of Troy in August to a Texas A&M Invitational win, and received the Most Valuable Player and Pac-12’s Freshman of the Week awards. After her first college season, Bricio was Volleyball Magazine’s NCAA Freshman of the Year and made the All-America third team. The American Volleyball Coaches Association also gave her an All-America honorable mention. In all, Bricio was named to the Pac-12 All-Conference Team, the Pac-12 All-Freshman Team, and the All-Pacific Region Team, and was also named the AVCA Pacific Region and Pac-12 Freshman of the Year, in addition to receiving the Women of Troy’s Best Scorer and Best Server awards. She represented Jalisco at the Mexican National Games, winning the 17–18-year-old junior silver medal.

In 2013, as a sophomore, Bricio was named to the AVCA All-America Second Team, was a member of the AVCA Pacific South All-Region Team, chosen for the Volleyball Magazine All-America First Team, named Pac-12 All-Conference and chosen for the first-ever Pac-12 Preseason All-Conference Team. She led the nation and set a new USC record with 85 service aces in a single season. In 2014, as a junior, Bricio was chosen to the AVCA All-America Second Team, AVCA Pacific South All-Region Team, Pac-12 All-Conference and Pac-12 Preseason All-Conference Teams. She was also named to the Pac-12 All-Star Team that toured China in June. Bricio led the Pac-12 and ranked second in the NCAA in service aces, and became the Pac-12’s all-time career leader in service aces, as well as the first league player ever to break the 200-ace mark. In 2015, as a senior, she led the nation in points, points per set, service aces, and aces per set. Bricio also won First Team AVCA All-American, AVCA Player of the Year, the espnW National Player of the Year, Pac-12 Player of the Year and the prestigious Honda Award.

Bricio ended her USC career as the record holder in career and single season kills, attacks, aces and points. She is the Pac-12 record holder for aces, is fifth in league history for kills, and third for attacks. Bricio set a 2015 single-season league-record with six Pac-12 Player of the Week awards and finished with nine total, for second in league history. She is the first Woman of Troy to breach the 2,000-kill mark and only the second from USC to score 700 points in a single season.

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Why we think she’s hot:

If you’re looking for a reason to hold Samantha Bricio in reverence the way that we do, though you might consider her best qualities to be her dark ecru skin, mahogany eyes, and the fact that she looked absolutely amazing in a maroon & gold volleyball uniform, for us, the thing that really baits our hook is her seemingly superabundance of confidence. If you can recall how Catherine Zeta Jones looked holding a rapier in Zorro, you have a smidgen of an idea of how Miss Bricio looks just before she’s about to serve. Then again, when you were the undisputed best player on your national volleyball team at the mite age of fifteen, well, why shouldn’t you be self-assured? In a community where the USC Women of Troy volleyball players are nearly as high on the celebrity-ladder as the Los Angeles Lakers, Bricio isn’t just a volleyball player, she’s a prodigy and a modern day Mozart of women’s athletics– a veritable supreme being of volleyball from Mt. Olympus itself. Ready to bow down and worship the volleygoddess yet? We are.

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