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- Stanford will try for repeat in volleyball with new coach
By Eric Olson - Thursday Aug 24, 2017
Kevin Hambly’s task would seem daunting. Stanford’s new volleyball coach follows Hall of Famer John Dunning, who retired after winning three national championships and eight Pac-12 titles in 16 years with the Cardinal. Dunning went out on top, winning the last of his five national titles in 2016 after a 32-year career at Stanford and Pacific. Feel any pressure, Kevin? “I don’t think the expectations change here at Stanford the minute you jump in,” he said. “Once you take this job you’re expected to win national championships. That’s not just volleyball. That’s every sport. So I don’t feel more pressure than I would have if they didn’t win it last year or lost in the final.
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