Thirty-seven Atlantic Coast Conference student-athletes were selected to the 2017 All-ACC Academic Volleyball Team, headlined by Miami’s Olga Strantzali, the 2017 ACC Volleyball Scholar-Athlete of the Year, as announced today by the league office.
Miami senior outside hitter Olga Strantzali has been selected as the 2017 ACC Player of the Year, and highlights the All-ACC Volleyball Team, announced Monday.
The Louisville Cardinals got a 20-kill effort from sophomore outside hitter Melanie McHenry and a 10-kill, 10-block performance from junior middle blocker Jasmine Bennett to help secure a five-set come-from-behind win over Syracuse to clinch the Atlantic Coast Conference title on Saturday.
Sophomore outside Melanie McHenry notched 16 kills and registered 12 digs as (RV) Louisville defeated Boston College in four sets.
Senior Tess Clark notched 15 kills and hit .652 to lead (RV) Louisville to a commanding victory over the Virginia Cavaliers.
Louisville rallied from down 0-2 to top Duke in five sets with help from five double-digit kill efforts and three 20-dig efforts.
Tess Clark matches career best with 19 kills in win over Pitt.
(RV) Louisville earned a hard-fought road win in the ACC with a five-set victory over host (RV) Notre Dame.
Fifteen players joined the 1,000 kill club during week nine, including Penn State’s Haleigh Washington, Florida’s Carli Snyder and Cal Poly’s Adlee Van Winden.
(RV) Louisville used a stout block and tough serving to defeat Florida State on the road in ACC action Sunday afternoon.