Kerri and husband Casey welcomed a son, Joseph Michael Jennings, on May 22, 2009.
Kerri is married to Casey Jennings, a top U.S. men's beach volleyball player.
The best gift Kerri received is her husband coming home with her for holidays.
Kerri's biggest fear is sharks.
Three things Kerri can't live without is her husband, family, and music.
Kerri's favorite place traveled in the U.S. is Lake Tahoe.
Kerri's favorite place traveled abroad is Paris.
Kerri prefers the West Coast over the east Coast.
Kerrie prefers wheat bread over wheat bread.
Kerri's best attribute around the house is doing laundry.
Kerri knew she was good enough to be an Olympian when she made the Olympic indoor volleyball team in 2000.
Kerri prefers a book over video games.
Kerri's computer's homepage is Yahoo.com.
On average, Kerri spends 7 hours in the Internet per week.
Kerri's favorite TV show as a kid was Wonder Years.
Kerri's favorite non-reality TV show is House.
Kerri's favorite reality TV show is Project Runway.
If Kerri could add one more sport to the Olympics it would be rugby.
If Kerri could play any other sport it would be basketball.
If Kerri wasn't pursuing the Olympics she would be competing somewhere or in fashion.
Kerri's favorite athlete outside her sport is Andre Agassi.
Kerri's biggest pet peeve is condescending people and gum smackers.
The best dish Kerri can cook is toast.
Kerri's Olympic idol is Rafer Johnson, 1960 Olympic decathlon gold medalist and father of beach volleyball player Jenny Johnson-Jordan.
Kerri's earliest Olympic memory is the 1992 Dream Team.
She was named AVP volleyball rookie of the year in 2001.
She went 38-0 on her first year playing beach volleyball.
Her team finished fourth in the 2000 Olympics volleyball team tournament.
She played high school volleyball at Archbishop Mitty in San Jose.
She went to Stanford for college.
She is listed at 6'2 and 154 lbs.