In the last Mondays with Mick of the 2019 NCAA Division I volleyball season, editor Lee Feinswog and coach Mick Haley talk mostly about Stanford’s dominance, led by Kathryn Plummer. But, of course, there’s plenty more:

Haley, the 2000 USA Olympic coach, who won two national titles at Texas and then two more at USC, is still deeply involved in the game. He’s not only working as an ESPN analyst on college matches, but is coaching with Brian Gimmillaro, Ruth Nelson and Bob Bertucci, running clinics and giving skills instruction. For more:

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  1. After the Penn State match Mick predicted Minnesota would beat Stanford.
    Mick said the connection between Gray and the middles was not good. The one Stanford middle scored an all-time record for NCAA tournament hitting percentage.

    Maybe time to get a new VB expert to interview.

    Just kidding, I like Mick and and enjoy his analysis.


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