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Volleyball Advances

Megan Hodge Spikes- Taken by Maxwell Kruger

After beating Long Island and Yale this weekend, the women’s volleyball team is moving on to the NCAA Regional Semifinal being held next Friday at 6 PM in Rec Hall.

Penn State, the nation’s number one team, faced little opposition in either game, winning 3 games to 0 in both. The women will play the winner of Tulane vs. Western Michigan in their next game.

More information on the past two games and on the future can be found here, here or here.

To the left, Megan Hodge spikes on Yale. The picture was taken by Maxwell Kruger.

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