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December 12, 2013 1:47 PM

Long wait for Sweet 16 is over for KU volleyball coach

After a long wait, coach Ray Bechard finally has KU volleyball among the nation's elite, and the Jayhawks' best season in school history will continue on Friday against No. 3 overall seed Washington, 28-2, in the NCAA Sweet 16 at Los Angeles.

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