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H. Res. 99



In the House of Representatives, U. S.,

February 7, 2007.  

    Whereas the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Husker volleyball team won the 2006 NCAA Division I Women’s Volleyball National Championship at the Qwest Center in Omaha, Nebraska, on December 16, 2006;

    Whereas Husker junior Sarah Pavan was chosen as the Nation’s top collegiate female volleyball player, winning the 2006-07 Honda Sports Award for volleyball;

    Whereas Pavan was named the ESPN the Magazine Academic All-American of the Year, becoming Nebraska’s 234th Academic All-American and the program’s 29th Academic All-American in volleyball, totals that lead the Nation;

    Whereas the Huskers completed the 2006 season with a record of 33–1;

    Whereas Husker head coach John Cook has lead the team to 2 national championships;

    Whereas the Husker volleyball team made its sixth appearance in the NCAA finals;

    Whereas the 2006 Huskers are only the third team in the history of the NCAA to lead the American Volleyball Coaches Association poll for an entire season;

    Whereas the entire Husker volleyball team should be commended for its determination, work ethic, attitude, and heart;

    Whereas the University of Nebraska is building an impressive legacy of excellence in its volleyball program; and

    Whereas the University of Nebraska volleyball players have brought great honor to themselves, their families, their university, and the State of Nebraska: Now, therefore, be it

Resolved, That the House of Representatives—

(1) commends the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Husker volleyball team for winning the 2006 NCAA Division I Women’s Volleyball National Championship; and

(2) recognizes the achievements of the players, coaches, students, and staff whose hard work and dedication made the Championship possible.

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