Husky sophomore Krista Vansant picked up the biggest honor in her college career, as she was named a second-team All-American by the American...
Husky sophomore Krista Vansant picked up the biggest honor in her college career, as she was named a second-team All-American by the American Volleyball Coaches Association.
The awards will be presented Dec. 14 in Louisville, Ky.
This is Vansant’s first career All-America honor. She also earned All-Pac-12 and All-Region honors.
Vansant was Washington’s top offensive force this season as well as a key defender who played every rotation, rarely stepping off the court. The Redlands, Calif., native ranked among the top outside hitters in the Pac-12 all season, averaging 4.64 points per set (with 3.99 kills each set) while improving her attack percentage (.264), blocks average (0.77) and digs average (2.33) over her freshman-year totals. She led the team in kills in 25 matches.
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