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RE: Congrats to Meredith Schamun
(03-20-2020 08:11 PM)Houston Owl 2 Wrote:  Earlier today Penn named Meredith Schamun as their head volleyball coach. Meredith was a great player at Rice and led us to a C-USA title.

I ran into Meredith at a tennis match the day she was named "setter of the year" by a volleyball magazine. I told her I wondered how the setter at Penn State felt (since they were undefeated that year and won the NCAA title). Meredith's reply was "apparently she didn't have as good a year as I had"...she was laughing the rest of the match.

Great news.

Also ... another member of that 2010 Penn State national championship team was Katie Kabbes, daughter of Rice basketball forward (1971-74), John Kabbes.
03-21-2020 12:08 AM
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