Penn State wins another volleyball title

ROSEMONT, Ill. – With its 3-1 (25-19, 26-24, 20-25, 25-23) win over 12th-seeded Wisconsin on Saturday night at Key Arena in Seattle, Wash., second-seeded Penn State earned the 2013 NCAA Volleyball Championship, the Nittany Lions' fifth title in the last seven years and sixth overall. The sixth crown ties Stanford for the most national titles in NCAA history. The Penn State-Wisconsin match-up marked the first time two Big Ten teams competed in the national final.

Ariel Scott led the Nittany Lions with 21 kills, while Megan Courtney and Katie Slay added five blocks apiece. Courtney and Dominique Gonzalez recorded 20 kills each and Micha Hancock totaled 48 assists.

Penn State finishes its season with a 34-2 overall record. During the conference season, the Nittany Lions compiled a 19-1 mark en route to their 10th Big Ten title in the last 11 years and 16th overall.

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