University of Washington volleyball team defeats Stanford 3-2 at Alaska Airlines Arena

LIANNA SYBELDON scores a kill for the University of Washington volleyball team in its 3-2 defeat of Stanford at the Alaska Airlines Arena. Photo by Red Box Pictures)


Sybeldon gets honors

By From page A9 | November 08, 2013

Lianna Sybeldon is feeling at home in the Northwest for the University of Washington women’s volleyball team.
The 2012 Ponderosa graduate,was twice honored for her play with the Huskies following wins at UCLA and USC. Sybeldon, a sophomore middle blocker, was named the Pac-12 Offensive Player of the Week and AVCA Division I National Player of the Week.
The Huskies lead the Pac 12 with a 22-1 record and are ranked third.

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