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First kill: Cal’s Savannah Rennie all the way back after liver transplant

Update, October 8, 2016: Four months and three days after this story ran, Savannah Rennie got her first kill Friday night as a Cal Bear. It’s been quite a journey. Savannah, still living in Indianapolis after her transplant, visited with Cal coach Rich Feller while he was recruiting at USA Volleyball Girls Junior National Championships on June 27. […]
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