Kirby Burnham is ready to take it to the next level. After returning home from Poland where she competed in the FIVB Beach Volleyball U-23 World Championships, the USC junior has turned her attention to making the most of her final two seasons of collegiate sand volleyball. Burnham began her athletic career with the Trojans on the indoor volleyball team, but after two seasons made the move to the sand.
She was partnered with Stevi Robinson in 2013, and the duo finished 25-4 as the first ever All-American sand volleyball players at USC. The pair wrapped up the year winning the American Volleyball Coaches Association national title, also a first for the program in only its second year. It's unknown at this point who Burnham's partner will be next season, but with some of the nation's top talent joining the team and the junior playing at the top of her game, she's set on making her next two years as successful as her first.