Jaqueline Pereira De Carvalho Endres

Jaqueline Pereira De Carvalho Endres

Minas Tênis Clube
Birth Date
Birth Place
Recife, PE
186 cm
70 kg
Favorite Book
Paulo Coelho
Favorite Athlete



- 31/12/83 - 1,84m - 73kg - Recife (PE)

Jaqueline started
in volleyball playing for Sport Club do Recife (PE), in 1988. At the following
year, she was for the first time in the Youth National team and won the silver
medal in the Youth World Championship, in Portugal. Also in 1999 she went to BCN/Osasco
(SP), in which she took the third place in Superliga (the Brazilian National
Championship). She won the gold medal in Junior South American Championship, in
2000. At the following she year was in the Brazilian Junior team that won the
World Championship, in the Dominican Republic. In that competition, Jaqueline
was elected the best player. She won twice the Superliga (2002/2003 and
2003/2004). In 2005, she was in the team that conquered the Courmayeur
Championship, the Montreux Volley Masters, the fifth title of the Grand Prix,
the South American Championship and the World Grand Champions Cup. She was also
chosen the best player in the Qualification Tournament that guaranteed Brazil
in 2006 World Championship. In 2006, she won the Courmayeur Championship, the
Montreux Volley Masters and the sixth title of the Grand Prix. At the end of
the year, she got the second place in the World Championship (where she was
elected the best receiver). In 2007, she played four friendly games against
Serbia and got the second place in the World Cup. She took part of the team
that won all the competition in 2008 season: Beijing Olympic Games, the World
Grand Prix and Final Four. Jaqueline didn´t play for the Brazilian National
team in 2009. She returned to the team in 2010 and had a great season. She was
elected the best attack in the FIVB Word Grand Prix when Brazil finished with
the silver medal. She also was part of the team that ended in second place at
the World Championship in Japan. In 2011, Jaqueline helped the team to win the
South American title in Lima, Peru and the Pan American title in Guadalajara,
Mexico. In 2012, she had an amazing performance in the Olympic Games and helped
Brazil to win the gold medal. In 2014, Jaqueline returned for the national team
after a break to give birth to her first son Arthur. She had a great
performance and helped Brazil to achieve the gold medal in the World Grand



  • Position Wing spiker
  • Selection Olympic (14) - W.C. (13) - Other (58)
  • International Debut Portugal
  • Club Debut Sport Club
  • Current Club Minas Tênis Clube
  • Spike 302
  • Block 286