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On Wednesday, July 8th, Stanford University announced in an open letter the discontinuation of their Men’s Volleyball Program. Having produced 18 All-Americans, 11 Olympians and winning two NCAA Championships, the decision came as a complete surprise to players, coaching staff and members of the community. It is a huge blow to the incredible progress that’s been made in growing the sport of volleyball, especially men’s volleyball. We must now use our voices to fight for reinstatement of the program. Over 35,000 people have signed the petition so far: every signature counts. Help save Stanford Men’s Volleyball by clicking the link below.

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