Al Scates of UCLA is to retire after 50 years – Volleyball news
Al Scates is the living legend, who has spent a great deal of time with Volleyball Program of University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), is supposed to retire after 50-year tenure at the end of this season.
He started as player at UCLA and debuted as a coach in 1963. Since then he is attached with UCLA and has led the Bruins to the heights of fame.
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