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Molly Kreklow Participates in USA Volleyball Coaches Clinic

MUTIGERS.COM <i>Molly Kreklow worked with the USA Volleyball coaching staff last weekend.</i>
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Molly Kreklow worked with the USA Volleyball coaching staff last weekend.
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Feb. 11, 2013

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COLUMBIA, Mo. - Mizzou volleyball setter Molly Kreklow (Delano, Minn.) participated in the USA Volleyball Coaches Clinic last weekend in Colorado Springs, Colo. The clinic, hosted by USA Volleyball, gives club, collegiate and high school coaches from all across the nation a chance to come get coaching tips from the USA Volleyball National Team coaches, including current US National Team Coach Karch Kiraly, a volleyball legend. Kreklow was one of the athletes at the clinic that participated in all of the drills and skill sets demonstrated by the USA Volleyball coaching staff.

"Obviously this was a really great experience for me and I was honored that USA Volleyball thought enough of me to invite me out to participate in the program," Kreklow said. "It was also great to see a lot of the other girls that were too. A lot of them were on the Youth and Junior National Teams with me, so it was great to catch up with them. To get instruction from that coaching staff was great. It's not every day you have someone like Karch Kiraly teaching you how to serve. It was really rewarding."

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