Stanford's Bryn Kehoe and Oregon Head Coach Jim Moore win Honors

Jan. 16, 2008

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WALNUT CREEK, Calif.-- STANFORD setter Bryn Kehoe and OREGON head coach Jim Moore were named's National Setter and Coach of the Year for 2007, respectively.

Kehoe, a senior from North Bend, Ohio, followed up her CVU Top Five performance last season by finishing tied for first in the country in assists per game at 14.4 as she led Stanford to the national title match. Compared to last year, Kehoe finished an assist per game better and was also second in the country for total assists with 1,742. She also picked up 76 kills on .226 hitting and added 2.64 digs per game, 28 service aces and 86 total blocks.

Moore, in only his third season at Oregon, guided the Ducks to their best win total since 1986 as well as the furthest they have ever advanced in postseason play. After opening the year on a 10-match win streak, the Ducks finally finished 22-11 overall with a 9-9 mark in Conference play. In the NCAA tournament, Oregon advanced to the regional semifinals before falling to UCLA.

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