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For week ended December 12, 1999 Posted 24 Feb 2001
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Mission President Dale Murphy may return to Baseball (Ricky Martin: As great as it gets)

Larry King notes in his USA Today column that former Atlanta Braves baseball star, Dale Murphy, currently serving as president of the Boston Massachussets Mission, may return to baseball when his mission ends next spring. King says that Murphy wants to come back and says that he would make a great pitching coach.

Tait closer to starting for Chiefs

LDS Professional Football player John Tait is progressing towards a starting position with the Kansas City Chiefs. Tait, a former BYU football player who was selected in the first round of the NFL draft, but who didn't attend the Chief's training camp because of a contract dispute, is staying in the game in crucial situations and is performing as coaches expect.

BYUH Seasiders back as national champs

The BYU-Hawaii women's volleyball team moved from the NAIA to the NCAA Division II, but in spite of the change the Seasiders came away with their ninth national championship. The team returned Sunday from Battle Creek, Michigan where they had played in the championship tournament, beating Tampa in the final, 15-3, 15-12, 15-13.

BYU women's volleyball plays No. 4 Florida Friday

BYU's women's volleyball team faces a critical game tonight in its quest to reach the final eight in the NCAA Tournament. The 12th ranked cougars will take on No. 4 Florida in the East Regional Semi-Finals in Stockton, California in a game to determine who will reach the final eight teams in the tournament. The winner will play Saturday to reach the final four.

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