Louisa Lippmann

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Louisa Lippmann

NameLouisa-Christin Lippmann
Nick NameLoui, Lippi
DOB23 September 1994
(Age 28 Yr. )

Personal Life

Nationality Germany
Profession Volleyball Player
Birth Place Herford,  Germany

Physical Appearance

Height 6.3 (In Feet)
Weight 78 kg (172 lb)

Louisa-Christin Lippmann (born 23 September 1994) is a German female volleyball player. She plays as an outside hitter or opposite and has over 100 appearances for the Germany women's national volleyball team. At club level she currently plays for Lokomotiv Kaliningrad. Lippmann played in many international competitions (FIVB World Championships, FIVB World Grand Prix, FIVB Nations League, European Championships, European Leagues, European Games) and won the German league, cup and supercup with the clubs she played for.

Career

Club

Her first sport was athletics before she tried volleyball at TG Herford. She soon moved to SV Bielefeld and played in the youth teams until 2010 when she moved to USC Münster, where she progressed from the second league to the Bundesliga. In 2014 she went to Dresdner SC, winning the Bundesliga twice and the German Cup once. In 2016, she moved to Schweriner SC with whom she won another two Bundesliga titles, one German Super Cup and a German Cup runners-up place.

While playing for Dresdner SC and Schweriner SC, she also competed in European competitions (twice with each team). She reached the playoff stage of both 2014–15 CEV Women's Champions League and 2015–16 CEV Women's Champions League with Dresden and helped Schwerin reach two semifinals, in the 2016–17 CEV Women's Challenge Cup and in the 2017–18 Women's CEV Cup.

She was the Bundesliga most valuable player twice (2016–17 and 2017–18) and was named the female German volleyball player of the year in 2017.

Ahead of the 2018–19 season, she signed with Italian club Il Bisonte Firenze.

National team

Lippmann has been part of the Germany women's national volleyball team since 2013, but a shoulder injury prevented her from making her debut for a year, when she finally played in the 2014 Montreux Volley Masters, Germany won the tournament. Later that year, she helped Germany finish second at the 2014 Women's European Volleyball League and ninth place at the 2014 FIVB Volleyball Women's World Championship. She was part of the German runners-up team at the 2017 Montreux Volley Masters, and has played in European Championships, European League, European Games, FIVB World Grand Prix and FIVB Nations League.

Awards

Individual

  • 2016–17 German League Most Valuable Player
  • 2017 German Volleyball Player of the Year
  • 2017–18 German League Most Valuable Player
  • 2020 CEV Tokyo qualification “Opposite Spiker”