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115th CONGRESS
  1st Session
S. RES. 365

 Congratulating the University of Nebraska-Lincoln volleyball team for 
 winning the 2017 National Collegiate Athletic Association Division I 
                        Volleyball Championship.


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                   IN THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES

                           December 21, 2017

   Mrs. Fischer (for herself and Mr. Sasse) submitted the following 
             resolution; which was considered and agreed to

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                               RESOLUTION


 
 Congratulating the University of Nebraska-Lincoln volleyball team for 
 winning the 2017 National Collegiate Athletic Association Division I 
                        Volleyball Championship.

Whereas, on December 16, 2017, the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Cornhuskers 
        won the 2017 National Collegiate Athletic Association (referred to in 
        this preamble as the ``NCAA'') Division I Volleyball Championship in 
        Kansas City, Missouri in an overwhelming victory over the University of 
        Florida by a score of 25 to 22, 25 to 17, 18 to 25, and 25 to 16;
Whereas the University of Nebraska-Lincoln has won 5 NCAA volleyball 
        championships;
Whereas the Cornhuskers ended their championship season with a 19-match winning 
        streak and finished the year with a record of 32 wins and 4 losses;
Whereas each member of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln volleyball team, 
        including Annika Albrecht, Hunter Atherton, Hayley Densberger, Mikaela 
        Foecke, Allie Havers, Briana Holman, Kelly Hunter, Kenzie Maloney, 
        Chesney McClellan, Sami Slaughter, Lauren Stivrins, Jazz Sweet, Anezka 
        Szabo, and Sydney Townsend, contributed to that outstanding victory;
Whereas head coach John Cook, assistant coach Tyler Hildebrand, assistant coach 
        Kayla Banwarth, volunteer assistant coach Ryan Coomes, director of 
        operations Lindsay Peterson, video coordinator Kelly O'Connor, and 
        graduate managers Joe Klein, John Henry, and Bre Mackie, guided that 
        outstanding group of women to a national championship;
Whereas Mikaela Foecke and Kelly Hunter were named the co-Most Outstanding 
        Players of the 2017 NCAA Championship;
Whereas Kelly Hunter was named the Big Ten Setter of the Year, becoming the 
        first Nebraska player ever to earn that award;
Whereas Annika Albrecht, Mikaela Foecke, and Kelly Hunter were recognized as 
        All-Americans by the American Volleyball Coaches Association, and Briana 
        Holman received an honorable mention; and
Whereas an NCAA Tournament record-breaking crowd of 18,516 volleyball fans 
        attended the championship game, reflecting the tremendous spirit and 
        dedication of Nebraska fans supporting the Cornhuskers as the team won 
        the national championship: Now, therefore, be it
    Resolved, That the Senate--
            (1) congratulates the University of Nebraska-Lincoln 
        volleyball team as the winner of the 2017 National Collegiate 
        Athletic Association Division I Volleyball Championship;
            (2) commends the University of Nebraska players, coaches, 
        and staff for their hard work and dedication;
            (3) recognizes the students, alumni, and loyal fans that 
        supported the Cornhuskers on their journey to win another 
        Division I Championship; and
            (4) respectfully requests that the Secretary of the Senate 
        prepare an official copy of this resolution for presentation 
        to--
                    (A) the president of the University of Nebraska;
                    (B) the athletic director of the University of 
                Nebraska-Lincoln; and
                    (C) the head coach of the University of Nebraska-
                Lincoln volleyball team.
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