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Faucette making big noise off and on-court

 
Faucette has been in Italy for two years and won the 2012 Italian Super Cup
Having already made her mark on-court for Italian team Busto Arsizio, Juliann Faucette is hoping to now make her mark off it, with the release of her first music single.

The USA spiker, who was part of the national team training squad for the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games, has teamed up with the band ‘The Italian Job’ to release the single, “What I need.”  

“I am very happy to announce the release of my first song, The Italian Job,” Faucette said. “Working with the band was really a pleasure and a great experience.

“For me it was the opportunity of a lifetime and I am happy that group has chosen me as their vocalist for “What I need.” in a few days I will start with my national team and this song will give me energy and enthusiasm on and off the field.”

The 23-year-old Faucette has already proven to be a popular figure in her two seasons in Italy and she recently sang live at the Italian All-Star match.

The three-time All-American player joined Urbino Volley in 2011 and then moved to Busto Arsizio a year later. She helped her new side to the 2012 Italian Super Cup and then in the league they reached the semi-finals of the Serie A play-offs where they lost 2-1 to Conegliano Volley.

Having already packed a great deal into a short career so far, there is no reason why the San Diego-born player can’t now be looking forward to two successful careers in the future.




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