Women's Volleyball
    Puerto Rico Falls to Italy in Final Pool Match

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    Aug. 14, 2016

    RIO DE JANEIRO -- USC women's volleyball All-American libero Debora Seilhamer and Puerto Rico dropped a 3-0 decision (25-14, 25-13, 25-22), to Italy in their final Pool B preliminary match at Maracanãzinho Arena on Sunday, Aug. 14. In the only of Puerto Rico's five matches that she did not start, Seilhamer played in the third set, the closest of the three, and registered four digs. Puerto Rico exits its historic first Olympic tournament with a 0-5 record, and will not advance to the knockout stages, which begin on Tuesday, Aug. 16.

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