Career Highlights: A veteran of the U.S. program dating back to 2001, Haneef-Park will be making her third Olympic appearance in hopes of adding to her silver won in Beijing in 2008. She has taken on more of a reserve role on the front line during this cycle, being utilized as a double-sub. Haneef-Park contributed to the U.S. winning its third straight FIVB World Grand Prix ahead of the Olympics and a second-place finish at the World Cup last November that secured a spot for the U.S. in London. In the 2008 Olympics, Haneef-Park was second among U.S. scorers with 102 points and scored 12 or more points in six of the team’s eight matches. At the 2004 Olympics in Athens, Haneef-Park scored 84 of her 96 points on kills and finished 11th in scoring among all players. At the club level, Haneef-Park has played with Azerbaijan's Igtisadchi Baku since 2010 and also played in Italy, Japan, Russia and Turkey.