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Volleyball had taken Alicia Ostrander and Leah McNary a lot of places, but never anywhere like this.
Their plane touched down in one of the world’s largest cities, half a world away from home. Outside the terminal, the streets of Beijing teemed with people, but no one spoke their language. As they got on the bus that would take them to their temporary home for the next two weeks, the same apprehension raced through their minds.
When the NCAA Div. I Volleyball Tournament gets underway on Thursday and Friday across the country, the state of Nebraska will be well represented on the rosters of the teams that made it.
The home-state University of Nebraska-Lincoln volleyball team boasts eight Nebraska natives on its roster, but there are also at least 14 other native Nebraskans on other team's rosters that made the tournament.
Of these 22 Division I players, they hail for 20 different Nebraska high schools.
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LINCOLN — Emily Wilson sat out the fourth set Tuesday night hoping her teammates would end the Nebraska Coaches Association all-star volleyball match.
But when the match went to the fifth set, the Missouri recruit from Omaha Gross was excited to get some extra playing time with Creighton recruit and club teammate Michelle Sicner from Millard North.
Gordon-Rushville twins Alicia and Alyssa Ostrander made their final time together on the volleyball court a memorable one as the sisters helped the West All-Stars post a thrilling five-set win over the East in the 25th annual West Nebraska All-Star Volleyball Match at Western Nebraska Community College on Saturday afternoon.
Alicia Ostrander, who is headed to Nebraska to play volleyball, led the West with 10 kills. She earned the West MVP honors after helping the West to a 25-18, 25-15, 23-25, 22-25, 15-3 win. It was the West’s sixth straight win over the East.
GORDON – Powerful, dominating, overwhelming and aggressive are just a few ways to describe Alicia Ostrander’s play during her senior season on the Gordon-Rushville volleyball team.
But only one word best justifies the description of the Mustangs’ 6-foot-2 middle-hitting force.
The rosters for the 2011 Nebraska Coaches Association All-Star game were recently released.
Mallory Babic 5'10 RS Bellevue East
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The Western Trails Conference recently announced All-Conference selections for the 2010 volleyball season.
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ALLIANCE — The Chadron and Ogallala volleyball teams advanced to the championship of the Class C-1, Sub-district 12 Tournament after posting semifinal wins Monday night at Alliance High School.
The Cardinals and Indians will battle it out for the title today. First serve is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. in Alliance. The winner will move into the district-final round on Friday.