Magda Jehlářová

Position: Middle Blocker
Height: 6’3″
College: Washington State
Hometown: Přerov, Czech Republic

Pronunciation: yell-uh-HAHSH-uh-vuh

PVF Transactions: Atlanta received Magda Jehlářová (2023 No. 2 overall pick) in a Draft-day trade that sent Ali Bastianelli and Kendra Dahlke to San Diego (Dec. 11).

Professional Experience

  • Atlanta Vibe – 2024

International Experience & Events (Team USA)

  • Led the Czech Junior National Team U17 to a first place overall finish at the Olympic Hopes Tournament

College Experience

  • Three-time AVCA All-American
  • Four-time All-Pac 12 Honoree
  • Four-time AVCA Pacific North All-Region First Team
  • 2022 Pac-12 Scholar Athlete of the Year
  • 2019 AVCA National Freshman of the Year
  • 2019 AVCA Pacific North Freshman of the Year
  • 2019 Pac 12 Freshman of the Year
  • 2019 Freshman All-American
  • Left WSU as the Cougars’ all-time blocks leader (769 total) and as a member of the 1,000-kill club (1,253 career).
  • Finished her five-year WSU career averaging 2.32 kills, 1.4 blocks and 3.31 points per set (539 played).

High School/Club Experience

  • Most recently played for the volleyball program at Gymnázium Olomouc – Hejcín where she has seen quite the impressive early volleyball career.
  • Named the best opposite of the tournament at the Grand Prix of Prerov during her senior season, along with earning best middle blocker of the same tournament as a sophomore.
  • Magda has been a part of numerous team successes including placing second two times and third once at the MEVZA Tournament during her career.
  • Played club volleyball for PVK Přerov


  • Born January 2000 in Prerov, Czech Republic
  • Father Roman is a defectoscopy technician, mother, Eva is a technical manager
  • Has one brother Dalibor
  • Studied management at Washington State University.