Marlie Monserez

6’0″ Setter

Hometown: Windermere, Florida

College: University of Florida

Pronunciation: mon-sir-AY

Professional Experience

  • Atlanta Vibe – 2024

College Experience

  • With UCLA
    • Monserez played for the Bruins’ beach volleyball team for two seasons, finishing with a 48-17 career record.
    • She went 22-5 against ranked opponents in the 2023 season, finishing with a 37-17 overall record against ranked opponents.
  • With Florida
    • Monserez played all four years of undergrad with the Gators’ indoor team.
    • In her senior season (2021), she earned AVCA All-America Second Team, All-America Third Team, AVCA All-Region selection

2021 All-SEC honors.

  • She finished second in the SEC and 11th nationally in assists per set (11.15), as well as first on the team in assists (1182), second in digs (277), third in service aces (23), fourth in blocks (60.0) and sixth in kills (96) in her senior season.
  • Monserez earned 11 SEC Setter of the Week honors and three SEC Overall Player of the Week nods over the course of her career.

High School/Club Experience

  • Graduated from Bishop Moore Catholic High School and played for Ocala Power.
  • Was a four-time Club All-American (2014, 2015, 2016, 2017) and a four-time AAU National All-America First Team selection (2012, 2013, 2015, 2017)
  • She was a two-time High School All-American (2015, 2016)
  • In 2017, Monserez was named Florida Miss Volleyball and the Gatorade Florida Player of the Year … also earned #24 Senior Ace and Volleyball Magazine Top 25 Underclassmen that year … was a USA Today Preseason High School All-American and named a MaxPreps and FloVolleyball All-American in 2016 … was a two-time State Champion (2015 and 2016).


  • Monserez earned her undergraduate degree in marketing and is currently pursuing her Master’s of Educational Leadership Program at UCLA.
  • Her Parents are Matthew and Patricia Monserez, and she has two older sisters, Allie and Madison – both sisters played volleyball at Florida
  • Her uncle, Marty Monserez, is in the Butler University Hall of Fame for basketball, and she also has several cousins who have played Division I college sports.