Yoko Zetterlund
Position: Setter
Height: 5-11 Weight: 143
Birthdate: March 24, 1969
Hometown: San Francisco, Calif.
College: Waseda (Tokyo, Japan)
Team USA member since: 1991 Major international competition: 1995 World Cup ... 1995 World Grand Prix (gold) ... 1995 Canada Cup (gold) ... 1995 Pan American Games (silver) ... 1994 World Championship ... 1994 World Grand Prix ... 1994 Goodwill Games (silver) ... 1993 FIVB Grand Champions Cup ... 1993 NORCECA Championships (silver) ... 1992 FIVB Super Four (bronze) ... 1992 Olympics (bronze). Highlights with USA national team: Starting setter for USA silver-medalist Goodwill Games team ... selected by teammates as the winner of the 1995 and 1993 Judy Bellomo Players Award ... saw action in three matches at the '92 Olympics, including extensive action versus Japan ... outstanding talent who gives the national team strength and depth at the setting position ... suffered fractured hand in Oct.-1991, which sidelined her for remainder of that season ... joined USA national team in April-1991. College/high school: Named most valuable player of Waseda University (Tokyo) team after helping it move from the sixth to second division ... coached at Waseda by her mother, Masako Horie ... guided Nakamura High School to (also coached by Masako Horie) to the national championship during junior year, and helped them finish third at All-Japan Spring High School Championship and Inter-High School Tournament ... selected to Japan's national junior team ... member of Japan's junior team at '86 Asia Junior Championship (first) and '87 World Junior Championships (fourth) ... also competed at the '87 World University Games. Personal: Born March 24, 1969 in San Francisco ... held U.S./Japan dual citizenship, but selected USA citizenship in spring, 1991 ... lived in United States until age six, when she moved to Japan with mother ... graduated from Waseda in 1991 with degree in sports science ... currently employed by the Automobile Club of Southern California, through Olympic Job Opportunities Program ... worked for Fuji TV Broadcasting Company in spring, 1991 ... married Brett Bush on Sept. 17, 1994.