Volleyball stars impress at West
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May 22, 2014 | 3125 views | 0 0 comments | 40 40 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Olympic volleyball player Nicole Davis, a libero with USA Volleyball’s national team, awarded Team USA warm-up jackets to Zoe Bautista (left), and Vanna Marquez after the two won ball-control drills during a skills clinic at West High on Sunday. Davis, a 2000 graduate of Lincoln High and a member of the 2008 and 2012 Olympic silver medalist women’s teams, joined former All American Stanford setter Katie Goldhahn and West High volleyball coach Christine Toon for a two-day clinic Saturday and Sunday at West High. Courtesy of Katherine Lauser.
Olympic volleyball player Nicole Davis, a libero with USA Volleyball’s national team, awarded Team USA warm-up jackets to Zoe Bautista (left), and Vanna Marquez after the two won ball-control drills during a skills clinic at West High on Sunday. Davis, a 2000 graduate of Lincoln High and a member of the 2008 and 2012 Olympic silver medalist women’s teams, joined former All American Stanford setter Katie Goldhahn and West High volleyball coach Christine Toon for a two-day clinic Saturday and Sunday at West High. Courtesy of Katherine Lauser.
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Olympic volleyball player Nicole Davis, a libero with USA Volleyball’s national team, awarded Team USA warm-up jackets to Zoe Bautista (left), and Vanna Marquez after the two won ball-control drills during a skills clinic at West High on Sunday. Davis, a 2000 graduate of Lincoln High and a member of the 2008 and 2012 Olympic silver medalist women’s teams, joined former All American Stanford setter Katie Goldhahn and West High volleyball coach Christine Toon for a two-day clinic Saturday and Sunday at West High.

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