De La Cruz most recently won gold medals with the Dominican Republic women's national team at the 2019 NORCECA Championship and the 2019 Pan-American Games. She is an eight-time gold medalist, nine-time silver medalist, and six-time bronze medalist with the team. She has played for clubs in the Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, Japan, South Korea, Turkey, Russia, Italy, Indonesia, and Thailand.
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De la Cruz joined the Turkish club Eczacıbaşı VitrA and help them won the 2014–15 CEV Champions League by defeating 3-0 to the Italian Yamamay Busto Arsizio. She was named one of the Best Outside Spikers from the competition. 
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Relive the full match between Team De La Cruz (Gold) and Team Hunter (Purple) of the fourth week of the 2021 Athletes Unlimited Volleyball Inaugural Season!*...
In partnership with USA Volleyball, Athletes Unlimited is proud to launch the only pro indoor women’s league in the U.S. in February 2021. The season is shortened to six weeks of intense game play in one city. On the court, the top four players become new captains each week and draft their teams from scratch for next week’s games.
De La Cruz, however, is certainly not in the same category of the up-and-coming Dominican players she mentioned. She’s been one of the best players in the world in the last decade and has established herself as the face of a Dominican Republic national team that found its way into the elite of the sport.
De La Cruz is second with 1,670 points, Edmond third with 1,466, and Nwanebu fourth with 1,463. Karsta Lowe, one of last week’s captains, leads the field with 96 kills and is averaging 5.33/set. De La Cruz is second with 84, 4.67/set. Molly McCage, who has 60 kills, leads in hitting percentage at .550.