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US Womens Volleyball Update
Lindsey Berg (Honolulu), a two-time Olympian with the U.S. Women’s National Volleyball Team, assisted the Jack Brewer Foundation in ringing the New York Stock Exchange closing bell on Feb. 27. As a Jack Brewer Foundation supporter, Berg assisted in ringing the closing bell along with
Foundation founder Jack Brewer, Congressman Charles Rangel and Dallas Cowboy Marion Barber. “This is such a huge honor for me to ring the New York Stock Exchange Bell,” Berg said. “Ringing the bell and being a part of the Jack Brewer Foundation is yet another great and positive experience in my life. I am proud to be able to join some other very prestigious people who have had the opportunity to ring the bell. But more importantly, I am happy to be here to support my friend Jack and his foundation. Sometime in the near future, I would like to develop a foundation of my own and become more active in the community.”
Tayyiba Haneef-Park (Laguna Hills, Calif.), a two-time U.S. Olympian, is competing for the Pioneer Red Wings of the Japanese V-League. She contributed 19 points in a 25-18, 25-22, 25-15 sweep of Hitachi on March 1. Haneef-Park provided 17 kills on 33 attacks with just one error. She added two aces on 13 serves.Pioneer improves to 12-11 on the season and is in sixth place in the V-League standings. Pioneer challenges Takefuji Bamboo (9-12, eighth place) on March 8 in its only match of the week.