Nov. 3, 2016 – West Bend, WI – The Wisconsin Collegiate Conference has just named its All-Conference volleyball team. UW-Washington County took the top honors in all three possible categories…
Amber Herbst – Player of the Year. This is the second year that Amber has been selected for this honor. Her level of play, hard work and determination during the season was outstanding. For the season Amber led the entire Conference with 170 kills out of 308 attempts with a kill rate of .425, had 60 ace serves out of 175 attempts with a serving accuracy of 91%, 68 digs and 14 blocks.
Marisa Moser – Defensive Player of the Year. This is Marisa’s third year that she has been selected for this honor. Her ability to read the defense and outstanding hustle to get to every ball on the court just amazes the other teams. Marisa led the conference with 231 digs, 27 ace serves out of 127 attempts with 88% accuracy and 5 kills,
Atira Boyce – Setter of the Year. Atira has worked extremely hard over the past two years and is an honor that she well deserves. As the team leader on the court, she pushes her teammates to excel beyond their talents every time she is on the court. Atira led the conference with 265 assists for kills, 25 ace serves out of 140 attempts with a serving accuracy of 81%, 30 digs and 17 kills out of 37 attempts.
Courtney Peter – Second Team All-Conference. Courtney was ranked third overall in the conference. She is a true go getting wanting to get her hands on the ball every chance she has the opportunity. Courtney had 101 kills out of 225 attempts with a kill rate of .333, 22 ace serves out of 146 attempts for 82% serving accuracy, 113 digs and 6 blocks.
“We are so very proud to be able to have four players on the All-Conference team,” said head coach Deb Butschlick. “Based on seven teams in our Eastern Division Conference with only 12 spots to be selected to the team. What an awesome way to end the season to have the coaches recognize these players for their outstanding talents.”