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Terriers volleyball picked eighth; looking for bounce back season

Written by Bryan Fonseca on . Posted in Sport

The St. Francis Terriers women's volleyball team will be looking for a big bounce back year after finishing (2-28) and losing their last 23 games of the 2014 season.

In the continuation of preseason poll week for the Northeast Conference, the Terriers were voted 8th by the NEC coaches, which places them last in the league.

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