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Topic - Liz Brenner
"My freshman year, I only intended to play volleyball, but I had discussed it with the volleyball coaches and I had met with the softball and track coaches before I got here to let them know I would probably want to do that, too, with volleyball," Brenner said.
"I would go and watch to see how they were doing," Brenner said. "Obviously, it was frustrating to watch. Injuries are something you have to deal with in sports, but it's just so unfortunate."