All-Big 12 Volleyball awards for the 2018 season were announced by the Conference office as Oklahoma, Texas and Texas Tech picked up individual accolades.
TCU’s élan McCall averaged 5.43 kills and 4.29 digs per set, while hitting .516 and converting 97 percent of her serve reception chances (33 of 34) en route to VolleyMob Player of the Week honors.
élan McCall (TCU) and Keyton Kinley (Oklahoma) were named week 13 volleyball award winners. This week’s awards mark the sixth all-time for McCall and third for Kinley.
After helping shut down two ranked opponents, Kansas State student-athletes Sarah Dixon and Brooke Heyne earn honors, while Micaya White (Texas) and Keyton Kinley (Oklahoma) were also named award winners after week nine.
Kansas dropped its second straight, falling to Iowa State at home in Lawrence. Kansas State, meanwhile, built on its first conference win, upsetting its second straight ranked foe, taking out Baylor in Waco.
For a second time this season, Shelly Fanning (Baylor) and Rachel Langs (Kansas) received weekly honors. Keyton Kinley (Oklahoma) was selected to her first weekly award.
Jada Burse led the way for the KU attack as they withstood a Texas comeback to score the upset and claim first in the Big 12.
Six players joined the 1,000 kill club and six more registered their 1,000th dig on Week 6. Five players are approaching the even more elite 1,000-kill, 1,000-dig club.
Big 12 Conference Sept. 28, 2018 Both Friday matches were decided in four sets with the home team coming out…