Bootleg Video: Bryn Kehoe

The 2005 Stanford Volleyball season is ready to start with a bang this weekend in Omaha (Neb.), where the third-ranked Cardinal are one of four Top 5 teams squaring off against each other. Though many fans will turn their attention to Stanford's rearmed arsenal of outside hitters, we are focused on All-American candidate Bryn Kehoe. The sophomore setter makes this team tick...

Though she was just a true freshman last year, Bryn Kehoe gave the Cardinal their best setter on the floor since the 2001 season, when fifth-year senior Robyn Lewis played the position.  It is no coincidence that Stanford Volleyball ended their seasons in both '04 and '01 as National Champions.  While the program has been stacked with otherworldly outside hitters in recent years, it is the passing and defense that have been the difference between trophies and tears.  Kehoe is a critical piece of the Cardinal's bid this fall for a second straight title, though she is a player at a position who receives little fanfare.

We had a chance to catch up with Kehoe this week to talk to her about her eventful and formative off-season of international play, which is just one of the reasons she is "set" for an even bigger second year.  There is no more Ogonna Nnamani outside, but the smiling sophomore is excited about the diversified attack and arsenal Stanford will put on the floor in 2005.  Hear what she has to say about herself, her teammates, and what we should expect from the defending National Champions in this exclusive interview with The Bootleg.

Bryn Kehoe video interview (Part I) -
Bryn Kehoe video interview (Part II) -
Bryn Kehoe video interview (Part III) -

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