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Stanford women are all set for next step in NCAA volleyball

Sophomore Madi Bugg first watched Bryn Kehoe play volleyball in 2005, when Stanford participated in the Boston College tournament.

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Posted by John R. Grout
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on Dec 12, 2013 at 5:15 pm

A sweet story about Madi and Bryn. When I talked to Bryn before the Alabama-Oklahoma match last Thursday... when Madi was in the Stanford locker room, before Bryn had had a chance to meet her... I made sure Bryn knew how much she meant to Madi. I'm glad they got together later.


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