• Americans Walsh/Ross, Dalhausser/Rosenthal Dominate World Series of Volleyball in Long Beach

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    Posted about 6 hours ago by John Ohail

    It was a clean sweep for USA Volleyball in front of their home crowd during the Long Beach, California stop on the World Series of Volleyball tour. Three-time Olympic gold medalist Kerri Walsh Jennings and partner and Olympic silver medalist April Ross won for the women as fellow Olympic gold medalist Phil Dalhausser and partner Sean Rosenthal won the men’s title.

  • Still on Fire: Phil Dalhausser Triumphs at FIVB Brasilia Event, Silva and Franca Grab Women’s Gold

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    Posted about 3 years ago by Andrew De Lara

    The 2010 FIVB Champions haven’t missed a beat. Oakley’s Beach Volleyball Star Phil Dalhausser (and partner Todd Rogers) picked up right where they left off last season with a crushing season opener victory in Brasilia, topping Brazilians Emanuel Rego and Alison Cerutti, (21-18, 21-13) for the Gold in a mere 35 minutes of finals action. The American pair topped the “home team” on their own turf for the second year in a row, after taking an intense round four showdown that stretched out to three games (16-21, 21-19, 15-11). On the women’s side of the net, Oakley’s Volleyball Star Kerri Walsh and long-time partner in domination Misty May-Treanor appeared together as a pair professionally since 2008 – when both Olympic Gold Medalists took breaks from their careers to start families. Considering the amount of time passed since playing together, Brasilia was more than solid as they blasted their way to finals to challenge fellow Oakley athletes and Brazilians Juliana Felisberta Silva and ...

  • Oakley Dominates The AVP Huntington Beach Open

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    Posted about 4 years ago by Erin Edwards

    Oakley’s Jen Kessey and April Ross won the AVP Huntington Beach Open on Sunday, beating top-seeded Misty May-Treanor and Nicole Branagh, 14-21, 21-12, 15-11. It was their fifth AVP Tour win as a team, but their first AVP tour win of the season. Oakley’s Top-seeded Todd Rogers and Phil Dalhausser won in men’s, defeating second-seeded Sean Scott and John Hyden, 21-16, 18-21, 15-9, and claimed their 39th AVP title.

Phil Dalhausser

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Date of Birth:
January 26, 1980
Hometown:
Ormond Beach, FL
Sponsors:
Red Bull, Speedo, Mikasa
Hobbies:
Video games

Career Highlights

    • Gold Medal- 2008 Olympic Games- Beijing
    • AVP Most Valuable Player- 2007, 2008