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PENN STATES HODGE WINS HONDA AWARD FOR VOLLEYBALL

PENN STATES HODGE WINS HONDA AWARD FOR VOLLEYBALL


Penn State‘s Hodge Wins Honda Award

Megan Hodge of Penn State has won the Honda Sports Award for volleyball

NEW YORK (AP) -Megan Hodge of Penn State has won the Honda Sports Award for volleyball.

Hodge led the Nittany Lions (38-0) with 21 kills against Texas to win the NCAA volleyball title in December. Penn State extended its record winning streak to 102 straight games, becoming the first team to win three straight volleyball titles.

Hodge, a senior from Durham, N.C., averaged 4.67 kills to lead the Big Ten and was chosen conference player of the year.

The 6-foot-3 hitter is one of only two players to reach 2,000 career kills at Penn State (2,142).

She was also selected Division I national player of the year by the American Volleyball Coaches Association.

Other finalists were teammate Alisha Glass, Hana Cutura (California) and Destinee Hooker (Texas).

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