IN THE MEDIA
Mira Costa Grad Fights Her Way to AVP Final
She grew up here, went to high school here and played in her first Manhattan Beach Open final only to lose in a tough three-set match, but Lane Carico nearly won her hometown tournament at this year’s 57th AVP Manhattan Beach Open Championships...
Cover Feature: "Strength Wins Games: Inspiration from Lane Carico"
Get The Best To Be Your Best is about more than just game-day moments. At Eastbay, we want you to be your best both on and off the court, and that means working hard, playing great, and setting an example for other athletes.
Beach volleyball player Lane Carico is well versed in all three. She knows how to put in the physical work, training every day to be fast and explosive in the sand. She also knows that succeeding requires more than just physical strength and skill...
"LOOK: The First-Ever Women's-Only Eastbay Catalog Is Awesome"
For more than 40 years, women's participation in sports has shot up at nearly every level. More than 3.2 million female athletes are competing at the high school level. Nearly a quarter-million more play in college. And thousands of professional athletes, like beach volleyball player Lane Carico, are working tirelessly for a shot to compete on the world stage...
“Ask the Pro(s): Lane Carico & Summer Ross”
Lane Carico and Summer Ross teamed up on the beach midway through the 2015 season. Carico, 25, and Ross, 23, collected two fifths in FIVB Open tournaments and a ninth at the Yokohama Grand Slam—their first international tournament as a duo. On the AVP tour, they took a second and two thirds...
"You're The Inspiration"
It’s one thing to dream of becoming a professional volleyball player as a child and another to actually become one. After recording a perfect season in her senior year and progressing on to a celebrated college career, Lane Carico has worked steadily to make that wish a reality...
"Rockin' Rookie: Lane Carico Is Drawing Raves from the Sport's Elite"
The scouting reports on Lane Carico from people who matter are favorable. Really favorable. Three-time Olympian and 72-time beach tourney winner Holly McPeak says: "She has stood out from the beginning for me. She can hammer the ball, she has good range, she knows how to put the ball away...
"Lane Carico Makes Quick Jump to International Competition"
When the World Series of Beach Volleyball was held in Long Beach last summer, Lane Carico walked away with a championship. A second title will be extremely more difficult this year.
Competing in the inaugural WSOBV in 2013, Carico was a member of Team America – a group of women led by beach volleyball legend and fellow Manhattan Beach native Holly McPeak – that won the championship in the 6-man tournament.
The stakes are much higher for Carico this week as she competes in the FIVB Grand Slam in only her second full season as a professional beach volleyball player...
"Lane Carico Proves She Belongs On The AVP Tour"
Manhattan Beach resident Lane Carico capped off a stellar rookie season on the AVP’s Pro Beach Volleyball Tour by being named its Newcomer of the Year.
The former Mira Costa High School graduate is still riding high off her first full season on the tour, and she’s looking toward a bright future under the sun...