Volleyball's Ogonna Nnamani To Chat On Wednesday
Dec. 4, 2001
Welcome to ESPN.com's moderated chat room. On Wednesday, Stanford volleyball player Ogonna Nnamani, hits chat to talk about the third-ranked Cardinal's bid for a trip to the Final Four in San Diego next weekend.
Nnamani, a 6-1 freshman from Normal Illinois, was recently tabbed Pac-10 Freshman of the Year as well as a first-team all-conference selection. Nnamani's 3.87 kills per game were the most among Pac-10 freshmen, as were her 4.40 points per game. Nnamani earned Pac-10 Player of the Week honors on Sept. 10 after hitting .384 with 44 kills (4.00 kpg) and 30 digs (2.73 dpg) in wins over No. 4 Penn State, No. 25 Texas and No. 18 Texas A&M respectively. She is the sixth Cardinal to receive the conference honor. Nnamani has recorded 10 or more kills in 28 of 31 matches for the Cardinal as well as four double-doubles (kills-digs). She is one of five Cardinal players to have 10 or more service aces this season. Nnamani was named MVP of the Verizon/Texas A&M Invite and was an all-tournament selection at the Jefferson Cup this season.
The Cardinal (29-2, 17-1 Pac-10) is one of four regional sites this weekend hosting the third and fourth rounds in the NCAA Women's Volleyball Tournament. Stanford is joined by No. 13 Utah, No. 15 Texas A&M and No. 6 Wisconsin for a spot in the Final Four in San Diego next weekend. Stanford will take on Utah in the third round while Texas A&M will face Wisconsin.
Nnamani won't hit chat until Wednesday at 3 p.m. ET. Feel free to drop her some questions now and we'll save them for her arrival.
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