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May 27, 2010
Rachel Salvo and Rebecca Salvo , the daughters of Teresa and John N. Salvo of La Cañada, graduated May 16 from Haverford College in Haverford, Pa. Both women earned bachelor's degrees in economics. While studying at Haverford, both were involved in a variety of campus activities. Rachel and Rebecca played on the volleyball team and served as team co-captains. Rachel was named Honorable Mention American Volleyball Coaches Assn., was an Honorable Mention Mid-Atlantic Region Team selection by coaches and was named First-Team All-Centennial Conference.
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December 7, 2006
Twin sisters Rebecca and Rachel Salvo, 2006 graduates of Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy, have received accolades for their performances with the Haverford College women's volleyball team. The sisters, who live in La Cañada Flintridge, helped the volleyball team achieve its first Centennial Conference championship and berth in the NCAA tournament. The team is 25-5 overall and finished 8-2 in the Centennial Conference. Rebecca, a freshman outside hitter, was named the American Volleyball Coaches Association Mid-Atlantic Freshman of the Year.
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November 8, 2007
Salvo sisters shine in conference win Recent Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy graduates Rebecca and Rachel Salvo both contributed multiple kills and digs to the Haverford College volleyball team’s recent conference championship game. The sisters, who are in their sophomore year, were said to have made “spectacular efforts” in their win over Gettysburg last weekend by Haverford sports writer Ian Holmes. Their effort led to Haverford winning the Centennial Conference, and the team will advance to the NCAA Mid-Atlantic Regional Tournament on their way to the national championship.
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July 13, 2006
Six members of the San Gabriel Volleyball Club's Roshambo team, which competed in the U.S. Junior Olympics 18-under American Division tournament last week in Atlanta, Ga., are from the local area. Four members represented Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy in La Cañada Flintridge, senior Aly Crea and graduates Veronica Montes and twin sisters Rachel and Rebecca Salvo. Montes will continue playing volleyball at the University of Redlands while the Salvo twins are headed for Haverford College in Pennsylvania.
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May 27, 2010
Rachel Salvo and Rebecca Salvo , the daughters of Teresa and John N. Salvo of La Cañada, graduated May 16 from Haverford College in Haverford, Pa. Both women earned bachelor's degrees in economics. While studying at Haverford, both were involved in a variety of campus activities. Rachel and Rebecca played on the volleyball team and served as team co-captains. Rachel was named Honorable Mention American Volleyball Coaches Assn., was an Honorable Mention Mid-Atlantic Region Team selection by coaches and was named First-Team All-Centennial Conference.
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SPORTS
November 8, 2007
Salvo sisters shine in conference win Recent Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy graduates Rebecca and Rachel Salvo both contributed multiple kills and digs to the Haverford College volleyball team’s recent conference championship game. The sisters, who are in their sophomore year, were said to have made “spectacular efforts” in their win over Gettysburg last weekend by Haverford sports writer Ian Holmes. Their effort led to Haverford winning the Centennial Conference, and the team will advance to the NCAA Mid-Atlantic Regional Tournament on their way to the national championship.
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December 8, 2006
Twin sisters Rebecca and Rachel Salvo, 2006 graduates of Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy, have received accolades for their performances with the Haverford College women's volleyball team. The sisters, who live in La Cañada Flintridge, helped the volleyball team achieve its first Centennial Conference championship and berth in the NCAA tournament. The team is 25-5 overall and finished 8-2 in the Centennial Conference. Rebecca, a freshman outside hitter, was named the American Volleyball Coaches Association Mid-Atlantic Freshman of the Year.
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