| Serena Ortolani|
| January 7, 1987 (age 28)
Ravenna, Italy (1987-01-07) |
Imoco Volley Conegliano
Volleyball at the 2008 Summer Olympics – Women's tournament
Jenny Barazza, Francesca Piccinini, Eleonora Lo Bianco, Paola Cardullo, Simona Gioli
Serena Ortolani Wikipedia
Serena Ortolani (born January 7, 1987 in Ravenna) is an Italian volleyball player.
She has played as an opposite hitter for Foppapedretti Bergamo from 2008 to 2011. Her debut for the national team came on the 2005 edition of the European Championships, held in Croatia, when the team was then coached by Marco Bonitta. In the 2005/06 season, she won her first Coppa Italia and Scudetto with Foppapedretti Bergamo. In 2006, she was selected again for the national team for the 2006 FIVB Women's World Championship, held in Japan, where she helped Italy win fourth place. She began the 2006/2007 season for Bergamo, but after the first half of the season, she was loaned to Rebecchi Piacenza, to improve her game further. In 2007, she helped the Italian volleyball team win the Women's European Volleyball Championship, held in Belgium and Luxembourg and repeated this success a few months later at the World Cup in Japan, thereby helping Italy gain qualification for the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing, where she subsequently competed.
She won the 2008–09 CEV Indesit Champions League playing with Volley Bergamo and was awarded "Most Valuable Player".
Teodora Ravenna (2000–2001)
Foppapedretti Bergamo (2004–2006)
Rebecchi Piacenza (2006–2007)
Yamamay Busto Arsizio (2007–2008)
Foppapedretti Bergamo (2008–2011)
Volley Pesaro (2011–2012)
Yamamay Busto Arsizio (2013–2014)
Pomi Casalmaggiore (2014–2015)
Imoco Conegliano (2015–present)
2008–09 CEV Indesit Champions League Final Four "Most Valuable Player"
2004 Italian Super Cup - Champion, with Radio 105 Foppapedretti Bergamo
2004–05 CEV Indesit Champions League - Champion, with Radio 105 Foppapedretti Bergamo
2006 Italian Championship - Champion, with Radio 105 Foppapedretti Bergamo
2006 Italian Cup - Champion, with Radio 105 Foppapedretti Bergamo
2008–09 CEV Indesit Champions League - Champion, with Foppapedretti Bergamo
2009–10 CEV Indesit Champions League - Champion, with Foppapedretti Bergamo
2007 World Cup
2007 European Championships
2005 European Championships
2004 Junior European Championships