Women's Volleyball, inducted in 1986
Peterson, too, is a veteran of the Olympic Games, representing the United States in 1964 and 1968, the first while a student at Long Beach State. Peterson also played in two Pan American Games and the 1967 World Games. She was a five-time USVBA All-American and was national Most Valuable Player in 1969. Peterson also played professional volleyball for three seasons, earning all-star honors in 1975 as a member of the IVC champion Los Angeles Stars. Upon her induction, Peterson was coaching Hawaii-Hilo, producing four NAIA and two AIAW national titles in her first seven years.
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Player of the Week
Raven Benton Becomes The 13th Women's Basketball Player With 1,000 Points, 500 Rebounds At The Beach
Raven Benton joined the 1,000 point-500 rebound club after notching five rebounds and 12 points at UC Davis as she helped Long Beach State to a 64-51 road win. LBSU is unbeaten to start conference play.
NEXT GAME: Thursday, January 19 at UC Santa Barbara - Santa Barbara, Calif.
LAST WEEK'S WINNER: Madison Montgomery, Women's Basketball