June 28, 2012
Long Beach, Calif. - Long Beach State is welcoming fans of Misty May-Treanor to the official send-off celebration as she heads to the London Olympics in an attempt to win a third consecutive Gold Medal in Beach Volleyball. The event is free and will be held on Friday, July 20 beginning at 5 p.m. at the Walter Pyramid.
In addition to an appearance from Misty herself, other guest speakers will be joining her as Long Beach celebrates the opportunity for May-Treanor to win an unprecedented third Gold Medal in Beach Volleyball with her partner, Keri Walsh, while representing Team USA.
May-Treanor was a two-time NCAA Player of the Year with Long Beach State women's volleyball, leading the 49ers to the first-ever undefeated season in NCAA history as well as a national championship during the 1998 season.
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