Hometown San Cristobal
Block 305 cm (120 in)
Role Olympic athlete
Weight 73 kg
|Nationality Dominican Republic|
Spike 313 cm (123 in)
Name Cosiri Rodriguez
Height 1.91 m
Home town San Cristobal
|Full name Cosiri Rodriguez Andino de Dionicio|
Born August 30, 1977 (age 45) San Cristobal (1977-08-30)
Olympic medals Volleyball at the 2004 Summer Olympics – Women's tournament
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Cosiri Rodriguez Andino de Dionicio (born August 30, 1977, in San Cristobal) is a female volleyball player from the Dominican Republic, who competed for her native country at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens, Greece, wearing the number #15 jersey. There she ended up in eleventh place with the Dominican Republic women's national team.
She started representing her home country in the 1993 Central American and Caribbean Games in Ponce, Puerto Rico.
At the 2000 USA Open Championships her team won the championship and she was selected All-Tournament MVP.
Playing with the Spanish club Hotel Cantur Costa Mogan, Rodriguez won the 2003 Spanish Superleague Championship and the second place at the 2003 CEV Cup.
Rodriguez claimed the gold medal with the national squad at the 2003 Pan American Games. She also was elected Best Digger and Best Receiver. Later that year, she claimed with her team the bronze medal and the Best Receiver award at the 2003 NORCECA Championship.
Cosiri won the "Most Valuable Player" at the 2004 Distrito Nacional Superior Tournament in Dominican Republic. She helped Mirador to win the 9th consecutive and 23rd Championship, defeating Los Cachorros in the 7th game of the final series.
Late 2004, Rodriguez joined the Spanish club Tenerife Marichal, winning with this team the Spanish Superliga championship and the Queens cup.
Rodriguez played more than 300 matches for her National Team.
For the 2010–2011 season of the Spanish Superliga, Rodriguez signed with Cantabria Infinita, after some of their players decided not to return after the holiday season.