Honda Award Announces Nominees For Volleyball
Jan. 3, 2004
Stanford, Calif. - Outside hitter Ogonna Nnamani is one of four finalists announced for the 2003-04 Volleyball Honda Sports Award. The All-American is joined by Kele Eveland (Georgia Tech), April Ross (USC) and Kim Willoughby (Hawaii). The winner, after nationwide balloting, will become a nominee for The Honda-Broderick Cup awarded annually to the nation's outstanding collegiate woman athlete of the year.
In addition to the honor of this selection, American Honda will donate 1,000 dollars to the women's athletic fund of each nominee's university.
Nnamani broke the school record for most kills in a single season in 2003 with 627, surpassing two-time AVCA Player of the Year Logan Tom (1999-2002). She led the Cardinal to a 25-7 overall record, 14-4 in the Pac-10.
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