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"It felt a bit surreal," Sallee said of the moment on Facebook. "I told the girls, especially my nine seniors, that they should take in all the sights, sounds, smells and energy they have experienced and enjoyed on this gym floor for the last four years of their life. Instead of being swept up prematurely in the sadness of losing it, they could choose to sit in the goodness of it. I did the same several times and honestly, every game of this year. I've just soaked in all the goodness and joy this game and these people have brought to my life. I'm thankful."
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Kirschenbaum is attending the University of Kentucky. She is a Pre-Physician Assistant/Sports Medicine major and a student athletic trainer. She said volleyball helped has helped her manage her job and classes.