The Real Housewives sketch makes me think this episode will be pretty funny.why dont you make the thread after the episode has aired?Making the thread before the episode airs allows people to talk about their expectations and what they hope to see in the episode. Thanksgiving allows time for many college athletes to take a break from the daily sports grind to spend time with family. It's no different for Pepperdine volleyball players Lecca Roberts (Seabury Hall '04) and Kealohilani Kea (Kamehameha '07). Both are currently with family members in California enjoying time away from what has been a grueling season. However, the biggest question on both of their minds is whether or not the season, and in Roberts' case, her career, is over.
Pepperdine finished the regular season 18-10 and third in the West Coast Conference, but is as "on the bubble" as you can get for the NCAA tournament, according to assistant sports information director Ronnie Zamora. Roberts and Kea will meet with the team at their gym on Sunday to watch the NCAA selection show to find out if the Waves' season is not quite done yet. The 2004 Seabury Hall graduate made an instant impact with the Waves in her first two years.
It became a problem her junior year when she eventually was beaten out for the starting middle blocker position.


Along with freshman Kealohilani Kea (Kamehameha '07), Roberts led the Waves to an 18-10 record and a third-place finish in the conference.
Roberts was rewarded for her efforts earlier this week by being named to the all-conference first team. Roberts and Kea are both spending Thanksgiving with family in different parts of California as they wait to see if their season will continue. Pepperdine will find out if it received an at-large bid to the NCAA tournament when the brackets are released Sunday at 3 p.m. Pepperdine freshman Kealohilani Kea, a 2007 Kamehameha graduate, was listed as a setter but played this season as a defensive specialist.
Her trip to Oakland to be with her sister this weekend is the first time she has been able to see family since leaving the islands for school. Because of that experience, she has been instrumental in helping Kea, and all of the freshman, become comfortable at their new school.
Her enthusiasm may have cost her a chance to play one final match for the Waves if they make the tournament. In their second-to-last match of the regular season against Santa Clara, Roberts and the Waves had a 2-1 lead entering Game 4.


As the senior hopped, (or "frolicked" according to Roberts), toward the huddle to get ready to start the game, she landed on someone's ankle and went down in pain. Roberts has three classes left to take in the spring before graduating with a degree in public relations.
She averaged 2.57 kills a game her freshman season and was an honorable-mention all-conference pick after her sophomore year. She led the West Coast Conference with a .393 hitting percentage and was eighth in the conference in blocks. She is listed as a setter on the roster, but played the entire season as a defensive specialist. She still has her ankle in a boot and doesn't know if she'd be ready for the opening round of the tournament. She plans on returning to Pepperdine to go to medical school and also take some business classes.



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