NCAA Regional Final

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Penn State Nittany Lions Women's Volleyball - Program Record and History
... the program reached 1,000 wins, becoming just the sixth NCAA Division I women's volleyball program to reach the milestone ... only 2 Division I schools to make every single NCAA tournament appearance (1981–2010). 1980 Russ Rose 34–11 EAIAW AIAW Participant 1981 Russ Rose 44–5 NCAA Regional Semifinal 1982 Russ Rose 26–15 NCAA First round ' (Atlantic 10) 1983 Russ Rose 36–10 5 ...
2009 NCAA Women's Division I Basketball Tournament - Regionals
... Louis 2009 NCAA Regionals and Final Four The regionals, held in the city rather than the geographic area as a practice that has been used since 2005, were held there from 28 March to 31 at ... Raleigh Regional RBC Center, Raleigh, North Carolina (Host North Carolina State University) ... Oklahoma City Regional Ford Center, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma (Host Big 12 Conference) ...
Quarry Lakes Regional Recreation Area
... Quarry Lakes Regional Recreation Area is a regional park located in Fremont, CA that is part of the East Bay Regional Parks system ...
Zoodochos Pigi - Places
... a village in the town Didymoteicho, Evros regional unit Zoodochos Pigi, Ioannina, a village in the Ioannina (regional unit) Zoodochos Pigi, Larissa, a village in the municipal unit of Polydamantas ...
Texas Longhorns Women's Volleyball - Program Record and History
60-6-1 AIAW Champions ' (SWC) 1982 Mick Haley 31-15 9-1 1st NCAA Regional Semifinal 1983 Mick Haley 33-9 10-0 1st NCAA Regional Semifinal 1984 Mick Haley 32-7 9-1 ...

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