Zoe Nightingale helped UCLA win the 2011 NCAA volleyball championship as a freshman. She graduated last spring from UCLA with a degree in sociology and enrolled at USC to pursue her masters degree in strategic public relations. ... Nightingale, right, scores a point as Illinois’ Michelle Bartsch defends during an NCAA college championship volleyball match Saturday, Dec. 17, 2011, in San Antonio.
Zoe Nightingale helped UCLA win the 2011 NCAA volleyball championship as a freshman. She graduated last spring from UCLA with a degree in sociology and enrolled at USC to pursue her masters degree in strategic public relations. ... Nightingale, right, scores a point as Illinois’ Michelle Bartsch defends during an NCAA college championship volleyball match Saturday, Dec. 17, 2011, in San Antonio. Darren Abate The Associated Press
Zoe Nightingale helped UCLA win the 2011 NCAA volleyball championship as a freshman. She graduated last spring from UCLA with a degree in sociology and enrolled at USC to pursue her masters degree in strategic public relations. ... Nightingale, right, scores a point as Illinois’ Michelle Bartsch defends during an NCAA college championship volleyball match Saturday, Dec. 17, 2011, in San Antonio. Darren Abate The Associated Press

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