| Anne Buijs|
300 cm (120 in)
| 314 cm (124 in)|
| December 2, 1991 (age 24)
Oostzaan, Netherlands (1991-12-02) |
Lonneke Sloetjes, Robin de Kruijf, Celeste Plak, Maret Balkestein‑Grothues, Laura Dijkema
Anne Buijs Wikipedia
Anne Buijs (born February 12, 1991 in Oostzaan) is a Dutch volleyball player. She has been a member of the Women's National Team since 2008. She played for VakifBank Istanbul in the last year. In May 2016, she made official her move to Rexona-Ades of the Brazilian Superliga.
Buijs has been playing volleyball since 1997, where she played at Polisport. Buijs first played professionally for the national team of the Netherlands in May 2008.
She was a leader, along with Celeste Plak, against the Serbian team in the 2014 FIVB Volleyball Women's World Championship. In 2015, her conversion at the end of the game allowed the Dutch to win against the Czech Republic in the opening match of the FIVB World Grand Prix. VV Zaanstad (2006–2007)
TVC Amstelveen (2007–2010)
Asterix Kieldrecht (2010–2011)
Schweriner SC (2011–2013)
Busto Arsizio (2013–2014)
Lokomotiv Baku (2014–2015)
VakifBank Istanbul (2015–2016)
Rexona Sesc (2016–2017)
2017 South American Club Championship – Champion, with Rexona/SESC
2016/17 Brazilian Superliga – Champion, with Rexona/SESC
2017 Club World Championship – Runner-up, with Rexona/SESC
2015 Montreux Volley Masters "Best Outside Spikers"
2015 European Championship "Best Outside Spikers"