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Women’s Volleyball Wins Sixth

Consecutive Big Ten Championship

Women's Volleyball Team

Last spring, the women’s volleyball team won the national championship. As part of their award, they got invited to a meet and greet with POTUS and all of the other national champions. (I wonder if the night life there, with all the national champions, was as hopping there as it was at the Olympics?)

Well, it looks like our women’s volleyball team is on the road to the White House yet again. The Nittany Lions beat Northwestern’s Willie the Wildcat (srsly? that’s the best you could come up) in “a three-game sweep  (25-15, 25-18, 25-11)” says Penn State Live. Honestly, this personal member of OS doesn’t really understand that score. I can tell, however, that it means we did exceptionally well.

Get more information at Penn State Live.

Also, you can find more information about women’s volleyball here at the Collegian.

(The picture is courtesy of the White House’s Eric Draper )

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