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Full name  Yudelka Bonilla
Name  Yudelka Bonilla
Height  1.80 m

Yudelka Bonilla Yudelka Bonilla of Dominican Republic
Born  September 19, 1976 (age 39) Mao, Valverde (1976-09-19)

Yudelka Bonilla (born September 19, 1976 in Mao) is a female volleyball and beach volleyball player from Dominican Republic, who won the bronze medal in the women's beach team competition at the 2002 Central American and Caribbean Games in San Salvador, El Salvador, partnering Iris Santos. She previously competed in the 1998 version playing with Evelia Cadet, finishing in the 5th place.

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College

She played for California Baptist University as an outside hitter from 2004 to 2007, there she set record in kills. She became Association champion in 2004 and 2005 and runner-up in 2007. She also were Conference runner-up in 2005 with her team. She studied a major in kinesiology.

College

  • 2007 NAIA Women's Volleyball "All-American" (3rd. Team)
  • 2007 "All GSAC Conference Team"
  • 2007 GSAC and NAIARegion II Women's "Volleyball Player" of the Week (September 17, 2007)'
  • 2005 NAIA Women's Volleyball "All-American" (3rd. Team)
  • 2005 NAIA Tournament "Most Valuable Player"
  • 2005 "All GSAC Conference Team"
  • 2004 NAIA Women's Volleyball "All-American" (1st. Team)
  • 2004 "All GSAC Conference Team"
  • 2004 NAIA Women's Volleyball "All-Tournament Team"
  • Beach Volleyball

  • 2002 Central American and Caribbean Games - Bronze Medal
  • References

    Yudelka Bonilla Wikipedia


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