Sue Woodstra was the captain of the USA Women's Volleyball Team that earned the silver medal at the Olympic Games in Los Angeles in 1984. During her eight years with Team USA, Woodstra also led the team to the 1983 Zone Championships and three other top five finishes in World Championship play. Woodstra played professionally for the NEC Volleyball Team of the Japan League from 1984-1988, and three seasons with the Merrill Lynch/ Reebok USVBA team that won back-to-back National Championships in 1985 and 1986. In 1993 she was selected as a USVBA All-Time Great, and was recently named to the USAV All-Era Team. As a collegiate player, Woodstra was a standout for the University of Southern California and Coach Chuck Erbe. She helped lead the Women of Troy to the 1977 AIAW National Championship, earning All-America honors in the process. When her playing career ended, Woodstra turned to coaching. She has coached at the NCAA Division I and II level, as well as the international level, and is currently the Head Coach at Humboldt State University.