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Stanford's Akinradewo is National Player of Year in volleyball

Original post made on Dec 16, 2007

Only one thing remains to make this a perfect season for Stanford junior volleyball standout Foluke Akinradewo -- a national championship. Should Akinradewo help her Cardinal teammates defeat No. 1-ranked Penn State on Saturday night in the NCAA Final Four championship match in Sacramento's ARCO Arena, the season will be just perfect.



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Posted by Theresa, a resident of Crescent Park
on Dec 16, 2007 at 2:04 pm

Akinradewo is the best middle blocker I've ever seen -- period. And I've been playing and coaching since 1969. She's a force of nature and is so much fun to watch.

Congratulations, Foluke, and best wishes for success on the National Team. Go for the gold!


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