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Bisons coach announces five women's volleyball recruits for 2012-13

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Ken Bentley, head coach of the University of Manitoba Bisons women's volleyball team, announced he has recruited five top Manitoba players who have committed to the program for the 2012-2013 season.

Libero Caleigh Dobie of River East Collegiate, left-side hitter Katelyn Falk and middle hitter Sarah Klassen of Winkler's Garden Valley Collegiate, left-side hitter Rebecca Kohler of Oak Park High School and left-side hitter Taylor Pischke who has returned to Manitoba after one season at the University of California-Santa Barbara where she was an honour role student in science with a 96.95 per cent average.

Caleigh Dobie is the daughter of Bisons football coach Brian Dobie while Taylor Pischke is the daughter of Bisons men's volleyball coach Garth Pischke and the sister of Bisons right-side hitter Dane Pischke.

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