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McCartney says rough road in 2011 will help USF



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The USF volleyball team is off to a great start in 2012 with the NSIC season just around the corner. Head coach Joel McCartney says being on the road most of last season will make things seem much easier for his team this year as they head to Mankato and Concordia to start the conferene schedule this weekend. 3 of the top 4 teams in Division II are in the NSIC and 6 of the top 25!
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