2017 VolleyMob Compiled Awards List (featuring a three-team list + honorable mention All-Americans and yearly awards)
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Eleven schools were represented on the 14 member first team All-America team with Stanford earning three honors and Penn State notching two. Wisconsin’s Dana Rettke was named AVCA Freshman of the Year.
Sophomore outside hitter Leah Edmond put down 21 kills and had help from three other double-digit kill efforts en route to a five-set comeback win over BYU and the program’s first ever Elite Eight berth.
There are just 16 teams left in the NCAA Division I Tournament and in the Lexington Region, there are just four teams left and three matches until the final team is standing in the region.
The AVCA has formally announced their selections for Division I Region Players of the Year from the 10 different regions around the nation.
Kaz Brown dominates for Kentucky in comeback win over Western Kentucky.
Kentucky comes into the first round of the tournament as the unexpected #4 seed in the tournament while they have an easier than normal first two rounds they will see some struggles later on.
Kentucky snuck their way into the top-four of the NCAA Tournament by claiming the #4 seed in the tournament, kicking out co-Big Ten champions Nebraska.
With 21 kills, Leah Edmond broke her own scoring record for three-set matches and helped #6 Kentucky keep pace with #2 Florida in the SEC title race.