Danalee Bragado-Corso earned $25,250 in 14 events in 2001 with two FIVB Beach Volleyball World Tour “challenger” Silver Medal finishes with Ali Wood (Greece) and Lia Young (Thailand). Bragado-Corso had her best season on the FIVB Tour in 2001 with $18,950 in earnings. Bragado-Corso and Wood placed fifth in the 2001 FIVB Beach Volleyball World Championships in Austria. Bragado-Corso teamed with Pat Keller to finish second in a 1996 FIVB Beach Volleyball World Tour event in Japan where they dropped the finals to Natalie Cook and Kerri Pottharst of Australia. Bragado-Corso and Gracie Santana teamed to capture the Gold Medal at the 1998 Swiss challenger event. Bragado-Corso is a 1993 business graduate from Loyola Marymount where she lettered four years in volleyball. She spent the 1998 season playing pro beach volleyball in Switzerland and indoor volleyball in Paris. Bragado-Corso teaches and coaches volleyball in Southern California.