> matches I have ever witnessed.
next three were close all the way. Stanford generally fell behind in the
middle, then caught up to tie the score somewhere around 11-13 points, only
to have BYU rally for the victory.
> next three games with the fifth game being 15-13.
more amazing. Stanford fell behind by a couple of points in the middle,
something like 7-10. In a rally-scored game, that's a pretty deep hole to try
to dig out of. But with fabulous play and some luck they tied it up. After
getting a sideout Ruben (the coach) subbed in a 6'7" (or so) freshman for 5'10"
setter Stuart Chong (who was in the front row), to try to get a big block.
Note that this meant Stanford had NO setter on the court! Mike Lambert (big
hitter, big jump server) was serving, and the combination earned two points, to
tie the score at 10. Stanford had all the momentum. A couple of sideouts, and
It went up by 1's to 14 each. Then a couple of hitting errors, and BYU won
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