#11 Gladys Wandera
SR, 6-2
Hometown: Kakamega, Kenya
Previous School: Lee College

Gladys is back for her senior season with Union as a very talented and athletic player. Gladys gives Union strong attacking and great blocking skills.. She led the team 905 kills and 226 blocks. She spent the summer training and playing in the 2004 Summer Olympics with her home country of Kenya. This was her second straight Olympic games. As a junior at Union, she was named both the TranSouth Conference and NAIA Region XI Player of the Year, along with being named an NAIA All-American.
Before Union Gladys was named an All-American during in 2001 and 2002 at Lee College (Texas) in the junior college level.

Related News Release(s)
  • 12/10/2004 - Union Volleyball Continues to Receive Honors after Historic Season
  • 12/6/2004 - Wandera, Dunn Receive Top Honors in Region
  • 11/12/2004 - Union Volleyball Wins TranSouth Conference Championship; Wandera Named Tournament MVP
  • 11/11/2004 - Union Players, Coach Top TranSouth Postseason Honors
  • 11/9/2004 - Union Volleyball Players Sweep TranSouth Weekly Honors; Move Up To No. 12 in the National Rankings
  • 11/2/2004 - Wandera Receives TranSouth and NAIA Honors; Union Moves Up One Spot in NAIA Rankings
  • 10/13/2004 - Lady Bulldogs Earn Highest National Ranking in Union Volleyball History
  • 10/11/2004 - Union Volleyball Sweeps TranSouth Honors, Again
  • 10/5/2004 - Union Volleyball Sweeps TranSouth Honors
  • 9/14/2004 - Union’s Wandera Named NAIA National Player of the Week
  • 9/13/2004 - Garber, Shein, and Wandera Sweep TranSouth Volleyball Honors for Union

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