FULTON, Mo. - Hannah Marshall and Ashley Kistaitis earned first team All-Conference honors for their performance during St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference play. Head Coach Natalia Koryzna was named the Co-Coach of the Year.
Marshall capped her senior career with the regular season title, finished the season 16-2 in the conference. The senior outside hitting recorded 236 kills this season for 2.36 kills per set and a .196 hitting percentage on the year. She also made 125 digs and 16 blocks on the year and recorded a team-high 61 aces.
Kistaitis continued the success from her freshman year as an outside hitting, recording 314 kills this season for 3.02 kills per game. She also added 270 digs to lead all hitters and third on the team. She has also made 10 blocks and recorded 32 aces on the year.
Becker recorded 1111 assists during the season for 9.58 assists per set. The sophomore recorded 47 kills in in 116 attempts for a .267 hitting percentage. She's also recorded 14 blocks and 35 aces this season.
Ringwald served as the libero for the season, leading the defense with 500 for 4.31 digs per set. Ringwald has also recorded 23 aces. Ringwald was also named to the All-Sportsmanship team, nominated by the head coach, for her exemplary display of sportsmanship throughout the season.
Landing on the third team was freshman Natalie Needy. She totaled 227 kills during the season for 1.97 kills per set. Needy was second on the team in blocks with 47, including 21 solo blocks.