Ethan Watts,
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Ethan Watts collegiate and international volleyball standout was a member of United States Nation Team which competed in the 1996 Atlanta Olympics. He also played internationally for Italian teams in Modena, Latina and Milan.

As a Brigham Young University volleyball competitor, his play earned his installment into BYU’s Athletic Hall of Fame. He was a First Team All-American, second in the nation, averaging 1.95 blocks per game from his middle blocker position in 1991.

In 1993 he led the nation in hitting percentage at .493 and .594 in 1994 while maintaining an outstanding 1.66 blocks per game average, good for sixth in the country.

He Played middle blocker for the U.S. National Team, 1994 – 1996, 1997; won a Bronze medal with U.S. National Team at 1993 World Championship and has served on the USA Volleyball Board of Directors as a players’ representative from 2003 to 2006.

Watts earned B.S. in Psychology from BYU and J.D. and M.B.A. from University of San Diego. He resides in San Diego with his wife Manuela.