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SEMO volleyball coach elected to OVC Sports Hall of Fame
Former Southeast Missouri State University Volleyball coach, Cindy Gannon, has been elected to the Ohio Valley Conference Hall of Fame.
This makes Gannon the first woman in the university's history to be inducted.
Athletic Director Brady Barke announced her induction during the Walk for Women event at SEMO.
After 16 seasons, Gannon is the most winning coach in SEMO history with a record of 366 match wins and 8 OVC titles.
Gannon will be officially inducted into the OVC Hall of Fame at the annual OVC Honors Brunch in Nashville, Tenn. on June 3, 2022.