Penn State just had to stress us all out last night. The Nittany (Lady) Lions went down 2-0, facing No. 2 Texas in the Women's Volleyball National Championship; but Penn State, like all great teams, found a way to win. Senior Megan Hodge (pictured above), AVCA Division I National Player of the Year, used her patented death stare to stun the Longhorns, and led Penn State to a wild comeback win. It is Penn State's fourth national title, third in a row. The Lions also extended their current record win streak to 102, while giving coach Russ Rose his 1,001st career victory. This can only beg the question: Is Penn State Women's Volleyball the greatest college championship dynasty in Division 1-A history?

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