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108th CONGRESS
  2d Session
H. RES. 643

 Congratulating the Brigham Young University men's volleyball team for 
winning the 2004 National Collegiate Athletic Association Division I-II 
                     men's volleyball championship.


_______________________________________________________________________


                    IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

                              May 17, 2004

Mr. Cannon (for himself, Mr. Matheson, Mr. Faleomavaega, Mr. Flake, Mr. 
  Bishop of Utah, and Mr. McKeon) submitted the following resolution; 
   which was referred to the Committee on Education and the Workforce

_______________________________________________________________________

                               RESOLUTION


 
 Congratulating the Brigham Young University men's volleyball team for 
winning the 2004 National Collegiate Athletic Association Division I-II 
                     men's volleyball championship.

Whereas on May 8, 2004, the Brigham Young University men's volleyball team won 
        its third national championship in 6 years by overcoming a 10-6 deficit 
        in game 5 to defeat Long Beach State University;
Whereas the Brigham Young University men's volleyball team achieved a 29-4 
        overall win-loss record, marking the second highest single season win 
        total in Brigham Young University's volleyball history;
Whereas Tom Peterson, the head coach of the men's volleyball team, became the 
        first men's volleyball coach in the National Collegiate Athletic 
        Association's history to win a national championship with 2 different 
        schools;
Whereas team member Carlos Moreno earned the distinction of being selected the 
        Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Player of the Year, the American 
        Volleyball Coaches Association Division I-II National Player of the 
        Year, the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Tournament Most Valuable 
        Player, and the National Collegiate Athletic Association Tournament Most 
        Outstanding Player; and
Whereas the American Volleyball Coaches Association selected junior Carlos 
        Moreno and senior Fernando Pessoa for the All-America teams with first-
        team honors, while senior Joe Hillman and sophomore Victor Batista 
        received second-team citations: Now, therefore, be it
    Resolved, That the House of Representatives congratulates the 
Brigham Young University men's volleyball team for winning the 2004 
National Collegiate Athletic Association Division I-II men's volleyball 
championship.
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