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Robyn Ah Mow and Heather Bown: Celebrating Women's Volleyball Excellence

USA Volleyball Hall Of Fame

In the world of volleyball, the contributions of women have been profound and transformative, shaping the sport's legacy with their skill, dedication, and leadership. 

Robyn Ah Mow performing a set pass

This year, two powerhouse figures from women's indoor volleyball, Robyn Ah Mow and Heather Bown, are set to be honored at the 2024 USA Volleyball Hall of Fame banquet. This exciting event is set to take place on May 22 at the renowned Hilton Polaris Columbus, Ohio. This exceptional occasion will honor their outstanding contributions to the sport of volleyball and commemorate their remarkable achievements on and off the court.

Robyn Ah Mow, a formidable setter, made her mark not only on the international stage but also during her tenure with the University of Hawaii. Her stellar performances earned her multiple accolades, including AVCA All-America First Team honors and recognition in the UH Sports Circle of Honor. Today, as the head coach of the Hawaii women's volleyball team, Ah Mow continues to inspire and mentor the next generation of amazing athletes.

Heather Bown clapping

Heather Bown, a dominant middle blocker, left a lasting mark on the volleyball world with her exceptional talent and fierce competitiveness. From her outstanding performances at UC Santa Barbara to her record-breaking achievements at Hawai'i, Bown has consistently pushed the boundaries of excellence. Her induction into the UH Sports Circle of Honor in 2008 is a testament to her enduring legacy as one of the finest athletes to magnify the volleyball court.

Robyn Ah Mow and Heather Bown's exemplary careers serve as a source of inspiration for aspiring athletes everywhere, embodying the spirit of dedication, perseverance, and excellence that defines the sport. In honoring their legacy, we pay tribute to the countless women who have dedicated their lives to the pursuit of greatness in volleyball, paving the way for future generations to follow in their footsteps and continue the legacy of women's volleyball excellence.


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