AURORA, Colo. — The US women's volleyball team finally did it.
And one of Colorado's own was a big reason why they captured the gold medal on Sunday at the Tokyo Olympics.
Jordyn Poulter, a 2014 Eaglecrest High School graduate, will forever be part of history as she was a member of the first US women's volleyball team to take the top spot on the podium.
The Americans beat Brazil in three straight sets, 25-21, 25-20 and 25-14.
While Jorydn was in Tokyo, she had plenty of support in Aurora, including at her parent's house on Saturday night. Bob and Rhonda Poulter hosted a watch party for the gold medal match and were kind enough to let 9NEWS attend.
>> Watch the video above to go inside the Poulter's home as their daughter Jordyn and the US women's volleyball team claimed gold
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