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Bisons women's volleyball team to receive city honour

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Mayor Sam Katz presented the University of Manitoba Bisons Women's Volleyball team with City of Winnipeg Outstanding Achievement  Awards Medals for winning  2013-14 CIS Women's Volleyball Championship at a City Hall ceremony Tuesday.

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Mayor Sam Katz presented the University of Manitoba Bisons Women's Volleyball team with City of Winnipeg Outstanding Achievement Awards Medals for winning 2013-14 CIS Women's Volleyball Championship at a City Hall ceremony Tuesday. Photo Store

You could call it city hall's equivalent of an ace.

At a ceremony outside the mayor's office today, the U of M Bisons women's volleyball team will be presented with the city's Outstanding Achievement Award medals for winning the 2014 CIS championships.

Mayor Katz will make the presentations at noon to the team and head coach Ken Bentley.

University president David Barnard is expected to attend.

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Updated on Tuesday, March 18, 2014 at 1:36 PM CDT: Corrects that team members given medals, adds photo

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