January 29, 1974 (39 years old)
Redondo Beach, CA
Fuerbringer and Jennings played 79 AVP events together and won at least one AVP tournament each season
- Fuerbringer ranked in the top eight in hitting percentage and in blocks per game for each of the five seasons between 2004 and 2009.
- Fuerbringer and Lucena played in the gold medal match in Klagenfurt in August 2010 against fellow Americans
Phil Dalhausser and Todd Rogers, marking the first all-USA finals match since 2000.
College : "Fuerby" graduated from Stanford University with a degree in American Studies. He was named four-time All-American (one of two players who were the first to accomplish that feat), Freshman of the Year, Outstanding Senior Athlete and was a member of the 1997 NCAA National Championship team. He set the record for career kills, and ranked in the top five in career aces and blocks.
Personal : Fuerbringer spent five years playing professionally in Europe and speaks fluent Spanish. He has also spent time writing for DIG Magazine. In the off-season, Fuerbringer is the strength and conditioning coach for the Mizuno Long Beach Volleyball Club, which is owned by his wife Joy McKenzie, a former All-American at LBSU. They have a daughter, Charlie, born in 2006, and a son, Mateo, born in 2009.