Chamberlin to play in New York City

Recent Torrey Pines High School graduate Nikki Chamberlin has committed to play Division 1 volleyball for Manhattan College in the New York City area. She has been offered a 3/4 athletic scholarship from this private Catholic College. It looks like she has inherited a competitive gene from her father, Paul, who you may have seen on TV in 1989 playing Boris Becker in the Wimbledon singles quarterfinals on Centre Court.

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