Division II All-America Teams

 

 

LEXINGTON, Ky. - The American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) is proud to announce the 35th annual AVCA All-America teams for NCAA Division II women's volleyball.

 

Exactly 20 of the athletes honored on the AVCA All-America teams in 2015 have received the award multiple times. Headlining this year's selections are seven three-time honorees in Central Missouri's Annie Reilly, Tampa's Berkley Whaley, Colorado School of Mines' Danielle Johnson-Hazlewood, Tampa's Marissa Lisenbee, Cal State San Bernardino's Brenna McIntosh, Colorado School of Mines' Alanna Winfield and Minnoesota-Duluth's Ashley Hinsch.


The 2015 All-America selections were made by the AVCA Division II All-America Committee: Mario Andaya, Central Washington, chairperson; John Titus, Caldwell; Laurie Lokash, Slippery Rock; Flip Piontek, Central Missouri; Wick Colchagoff, Findlay; Will Condon, Armstrong State; Melissa Wolter, West Florida; Jenny Warmack-Chipman, St. Mary's (TX).

 

2015 AVCA Division II First-Team All-America


First Name

Last Name

School

Pos.

YR

Kelsey

Chambers&

Northern State University

RS

SR

Riley

Hanson#

Concordia University, St. Paul

MB

JR

Julia

Mackey

University of Alaska-Anchorage

RS

SR

Annie

Reilly#%

University of Central Missouri

L

SR

Hailey

Roberts

Tarleton State University

OH

SO

Faith

Rohn^

Palm Beach Atlantic University

OH

SR

Mariah

Scharf#

University of Minnesota Duluth

OH

SR

Preecy

Seever#

Rockhurst University

MH

SR

Caylie

Seitz#*

Sonoma State University

OH

SR

Drew

Smith

Northern State University

S

SR

Carly

Sojka^

University of Central Missouri

OH

SR

Megan

Vander Meer

Ferris State University

OH

SR

Jessica

Wagner#

The University of Tampa

MH

SR

Berkley

Whaley#*

The University of Tampa

OH

SR



2015 AVCA Division II Second-Team All-America

 

First Name

Last Name

School

Pos.

YR

Mallory

Blauser

Angelo State University

OH

JR

Alli

Cudworth

Ashland University

OH

JR

Natasha

Fomina

The University of North Alabama

RS

JR

Barbara

Jackson#

University of Central Oklahoma

OH

SR

Danielle

Johnson-Hazlewood#%

Colorado School of Mines

S

SR

Emma

Lange^

Concordia University, St. Paul

RS

JR

Marissa

Lisenbee#&

The University of Tampa

RS

SR

Iona

Lofrano@

Cal State University, Los Angeles

OH

SR

Brenna

McIntosh^*

Cal State San Bernardino

MB

SR

Malika

O'Brien

Cal State San Bernardino

MB

JR

Andrea

Thobe

Wheeling Jesuit University

S

JR

Alexandra

Torline

Cal State San Bernardino

OH

SR

Sarah

Vicory

Washburn University

MB

JR

Alanna

Winfield@&

Colorado School of Mines

RS

JR


 

2015 AVCA Division II Third-Team All-America

 

First Name

Last Name

School

Pos.

YR

Caroline

Heitzman

Ferris State University

MH

SR

Alyssa

Frauendorfer

Wayne State College (NE)

MB

JR

Ashley

Hinsch#&

University of Minnesota Duluth

S

SR

Morgan

Hooe

University of Alaska-Anchorage

S

JR

Maggi Jo

Keffury

Angelo State University

S

SR

Tjasa

Kotnik

Eckerd College

RS

SR

Heather

Leavitt

Point Loma University

OH

SR

Hailee

Olson

The University of Findlay

S

FR

Sarah

Ragland

Palm Beach Atlantic University

MH

SO

Aly

Schneider

Lewis University

MH

SO

Anna

Siruckova

Saint Leo University

RS

SR

Abbey

Thissen^

Southwest Minnesota State University

RS

SR

Leanna

Willer

Washburn University

OH

JR

Katelynn

Zanders%

University of Alaska-Anchorage

OH

SR

 

#

2014 First-Team All-America Selection

^

2014 Second-Team All-America Selection

@

2014 Third-Team All-America Selection

*

2013 First-Team All-America Selection

%

2013 Second-Team All-America Selection

&

2013 Third-Team All-America Selection

?

2012 Second-Team All-America Selection

$

2012 Third-Team All-America Selection

 

2015 AVCA Division II Freshman of the Year: Hailee Olson, Findlay, S

2015 AVCA Division II Player of the Year: Preecy Seever, Rockhurst, MH

 

2015 AVCA Division II Honorable Mention All-America


First Name

Last Name

School

Pos.

YR

JamieAnn

Bero

Cal State University, Los Angeles

MB

JR

Jessica

Codato

Valdosta State University

S

SR

Danielle

Dahle

University of California - San Diego

OH

SR

Katy

Davis

University of Central Oklahoma

S

JR

Andrea

De Leon

University of North Alabama

S

SR

Ashley

Diedrich

University of South Carolina - Aiken

RS

SR

Madelyn

Densberger

Sonoma State University

RS/OPP

SR

Autumn

Duyn

The University of West Florida

OH

SR

Madi

Farrell

Northwest Nazarene University

MB

SO

Catie

Fry

Central Washington University

s

SR

Whitney

Gifford

University of Central Oklahoma

L

SR

Ashley

Gonzalez

Newman University

mb

SR

Krista

Haslag

Missouri S&T

MH

SR

Krista

Hassing

Minnesota State University, Mankato

MB

JR

Ashlee

Hodgskin

Saint Leo University

S

SR

Rachel

Holehouse

Palm Beach Atlantic University

L

SR

Brittany

Jaco

Barry University

L

SR

Maddie

Jones

University of Central Missouri

MB

JR

Haley

Kindall

Wheeling Jesuit University

MB

JR

Katie

Klein

Regis University (CO)

RS

JR

Whitney

Kostal

Rockhurst University

S

SR

Hannah

Kren

Gannon University

OH

JR

Julie

Lyons

The University of Findlay

MH

SR

Katie

MacLeay

Angelo State University

L

SR

Megan

Manierski

Adelphi University

S

SO

Kendall

Marotti

Florida Southern College

RS

SR

Keani

Passi

Chaminade University

RS/OPP

SR

Jenna

Perry

California Baptist University

RS/OPP

JR

Morgan

Rietzke

Rockhurst University

OH

JR

Rachel

Roeder

Western Washington University

OH

SR

Rebecca

Roembke

University of Wisconsin-Parkside

OH

JR

Hillary

Shaffer

Texas Woman's University

MB

SR

Stephanie

Sikorski

Ferris State University

S

JR

Shelby

Stoner

Adelphi University

MB

SR

Shelly

Stumpf

Wingate University

RS

SR

Hannah

Tong

The University of Findlay

OH

JR

Kathryn

Torre

The university of West Florida

MH

JR

Anna

Tovo

Florida Southern College

OH

SO

Courtney

VanGroningen

Wayne State College (NE)

L

SR

Savannah

Wedemeyer

Point Loma University

S

SR

Madison

Whitehead

Northern Michigan University

RS

SO

Kasey

Williams

Concordia University, St. Paul

S

JR

Arela

Williams

McKendree University

OH

SO

Annie

Wolfe

University of Nebraska - Kearney

RS

JR

 

2015 AVCA Division II First-Team All-America

 

Kelsey Chambers, Northern State, RS
Stats: 4.12 K/S, .346 Hitting %, 2.86 D/S

Two-time AVCA All-American (2013: Third-Team)...Back in 2013 was named the first AVCA All-American in program history.

Riley Hanson, Concordia-St. Paul, MB
Stats:
3.17 K/S, .414 Hitting %, 0.90 B/S

Two-time AVCA First-Team All-American after making the first-team a year ago...Eighth Golden Bear to earn multiple AVCA First-Team All-American honors.

Julia Mackey, Alaska-Anchorage, RS
Stats:
2.99 K/S, .290 Hitting %, 2.31 D/S, 0.85 B/S

Alongside teammate Morgan Hooe, become fourth and fifth different players in program history to earn an AVCA All-American award...First Seawolf to make the first-team.


Annie Reilly, Central Missouri, L
Stats:
0.35 SA/S, 5.92 D/S, .982 REC %

Three-time AVCA All-American (2014: First-Team, 2013: Second-Team)...Fifth player in program history to be an AVCA All-American three times.


Hailey Roberts, Tarleton State, OH
Stats:
5.69 K/S, .239 Hitting %, 0.56 SA/S, 3.12 D/S, .058 B/S

First player in program history to be named an AVCA All-American.

Faith Rohn, Palm Beach Atlantic, OH
Stats:
3.61 K/S, .212 Hitting %, 3.10 D/S, 0.49 B/S

Two-time AVCA All-American (2014: Second-Team)...It's the program's first AVCA First-Team certificate in program history.

Mariah Scharf, Minnesota-Duluth, OH
Stats:
4.72 K/S, .317 Hitting %, 1.04 D/S, 0.47 B/S

Two-time AVCA All-American (2014: First-Team).

Preecy Seever, Rockhurst, MH
Stats:
2.82 K/S, .386 Hitting %, 1.44 B/S

Two-time AVCA All-American (2014: First-Team)...First player in program history to earn multiple AVCA First-Team All-America awards.


Caylie Seitz, Sonoma State, OH
Stats:
3.89 K/S, .282 Hitting %, 1.01 D/S, 0.37 B/S

Three-time AVCA First-Team All-American...First player in program history to earn first-team honors multiple times...Seitz and Tampa's Berkley Whaley become the 18th and 19th players in history to garner first-team honors three times.

 

Drew Smith, Northern State, S
Stats: 13.13 A/S, 2.15 D/S, 0.42 B/S

Second player in program history to earn AVCA All-American honors.

Carly Sojka, Central Missouri, OH
Stats:
4.24 K/S, .234 Hitting %, 3.00 D/S, 0.51 B/S

Two-time AVCA All-American (2014: Second-Team).


Megan Vander Meer, Ferris State, OH
Stats:
3.16 K/S, .273 Hitting %, 3.14 D/S, 0.42 B/S

Alongside teammate Caroline Heitzman, become the 13th and 14th different players to earn AVCA All-American honors...She's the first first-teamer for the Bulldogs since Patty Theis in 1987.


Jessica Wagner, Tampa, MH
Stats:
2.92 K/S, .420 Hitting %, 1.06 B/S

Second consecutive year making the first-team.


Berkley Whaley, Tampa, OH
Stats:
4.11 K/S, .305 Hitting %, 3.12 D/S, 0.36 B/S

Three-time AVCA First-Team All-American...2014 AVCA Player of the Year... Whaley and Sonoma State's Caylie Seitz become the 18th and 19th players in history to garner first-team honors three times.


Division II Second-Team All-Americans 
 

Mallory Blauser, Angelo State, OH
Stats: 4.33 K/S, .274 Hitting %, 0.50 B/S

Alongside teammate Maggi Jo Keffury, become fifth and sixth players in program history to earn AVCA All-American honors.

 

Alli Cudworth, Ashland, OH
Stats: 4.13 K/S, .237 Hitting %, 2.50 D/S, 0.47 B/S

Fifth different player in program history to make AVCA All-America...Their first All-American since 2007.

Natasha Fomina, North Alabama, RS
Stats:
3.82 K/S, .279 Hitting %, 1.19 D/S, 0.46 B/S

14th different player in program history to be selected an AVCA All-American.

Barbara Jackson, Central Oklahoma, OH
Stats:
3.81 K/S, .262 Hitting %, 2.62 D/S, 0.41 B/S

Second straight year as an AVCA All-American after making the first-team a year ago...Remains the only player from the school to earn AA honors.

Danielle Johnson-Hazlewood, Colorado School of Mines, S
Stats:
12.16 A/S, 2.74 D/S, .248 Team Hitting %

Three-time AVCA All-American (2014: First-Team, 2013: Second-Team)...Alongside teammate Alanna Winfield, are only players in program history to earn AVCA All-American distinction three times.

Emma Lange, Concordia-St. Paul, RS
Stats:
2.49 K/S, .326 Hitting %, 0.97 B/S

Second consecutive season making AVCA Second-Team All-American...One of two players from Concordia-St. Paul in this year's class.

Marissa Lisenbee, Tampa, RS
Stats:
3.55 K/S, .289 Hitting %, 1.78 D/S, 0.77 B/S

Three-time AVCA All-American (2014: First-Team, 2013: Third-Team)...With teammate Berkley Whaley, become fifth and sixth players in Spartans history to earn All-American accolades three times.

Iona Lofrano, Cal State-LA, OH
Stats: 4.55 K/S, .254 Hitting %, 2.93 D/S, 0.42 B/S

Two-time AVCA All-American (2014: Third-Team)...Third Golden Eagle to be an AVCA All-American multiple times.


Brenna McIntosh, Cal State San Bernardino, MB
Stats:
2.66 K/S, .403 Hitting %, 1.29 B/S

Three-time AVCA All-American (2014: First-Team, 2013: First-Team)...Fifth player in program history to be selected All-American at least three times.

Malika O'Brien, Cal State San Bernardino, MB
Stats:
2.58 K/S, .416 Hitting %, 1.21 B/S

Alongside teammate Alexandra Torline, become 16th and 17th different players in school history to earn an AVCA All-American award.

Andrea Thobe, Wheeling Jesuit, S
Stats: 12.07 A/S, 2.72 D/S, 0.43 B/S, .304 Team Hitting %

Fourth different player in program history to earn AVCA All-American honors...All Wheeling Jesuit All-Americans have come since 2010.

Alexandra Torline, Cal State San Bernardino, OH
Stats:
3.91 K/S, .254 Hitting %, 2.57 D/S, 0.59 B/S

One of three Cal State San Bernardino players to make AVCA All-American in this year's class... Alongside teammate Malika O'Brien, become 16th and 17th different players in school history to earn an AVCA All-American award.

Sarah Vicory, Washburn, MB
Stats:
2.79 K/S, .358 Hitting %, 1.13 B/S

Alongside teammate Leanna Willer, become program's seventh and eighth AVCA All-Americans.

Alanna Winfield, Colorado School of Mines, RS
Stats:
3.63 K/S, .275 Hitting %, 0.69 B/S

Three-time AVCA All-American (2014: Third-Team, 2013: Third-Team)...Alongside teammate Danielle Johnson-Hazlewood, become the first two Orediggers to make AVCA All-America three times.

 


Division II Third-Team All-Americans


Caroline Heitzman, Ferris State, MH
Stats: 3.00 K/S, .305 Hitting %, 0.85 B/S
Alongside teammate Megan Vander Meer, become the 13th and 14th different players to earn AVCA All-American honors.

Alyssa Frauendorfer, Wayne State (NE), MB
Stats: 3.14 K/S, .344 Hitting %, 0.71 B/S

Third ever AVCA All-American for Wayne State (NE)...First All-American since Jennifer Hefner in 2010.

Ashley Hinsch, Minnesota-Duluth, S
Stats:
12.69 A/S, 1.96 D/S, 0.42 B/S, .299 Team Hitting %

Three-time AVCA All-American (2014: First-Team, 2013: Third-Team)...Fourth player in UMD history to garner AVCA All-America honors at least three times.

Morgan Hooe, Alaska-Anchorage, S
Stats:
10.56 A/S, 2.10 D/S, 0.57 B/S

Alongside teammate Julia Mackey, become fourth and fifth different players in program history to earn an AVCA All-American award

Maggi Jo Keffury, Angelo State, S
Stats:
11.87 A/S, 3.09 D/S

Alongside teammate Mallory Blauser, become fifth and sixth players in program history to earn AVCA All-American honors.

Tjasa Kotnik, Eckerd, RS
Stats:
4.11 K/S, .248 Hitting %, 0.42 SA/S, 2.68 D/S, 0.50 B/S
Fourth player in program history to be selected an AVCA All-American...All AVCA All-Americans for Eckerd have come since 2009.

Heather Leavitt, Point Loma, OH
Stats:
4.77 K/S, .261 Hitting %, 3.64 D/S

Leavitt is their first AVCA All-American in program history.

Hailee Olson, Findlay, S
Stats:
11.90 A/S, 1.25 D/S, 0.42 B/S, .274 Team Hitting %

Olson is their first AVCA All-American in program history.

Sarah Ragland, Palm Beach Atlantic, MH
Stats:
2.14 K/S, .319 Hitting %, 1.51 B/S

Fourth different player in program history to be named an AVCA All-American.

Aly Schneider, Lewis, MH
Stats:
2.74 K/S, .341 Hitting %, 1.05 B/S

Eighth different player in program history to be selected an AVCA All-American.

Anna Siruckova, Saint Leo, RS
Stats:
2.95 K/S, .293 Hitting %, 0.60 B/S

Sixth different player from Saint Leo to earn AVCA All-American honors.

Abbey Thissen, Southwest Minnesota State, RS
Stats:
3.63 K/S, .288 Hitting %, 1.60 D/S, 0.54 B/S

Two-time AVCA All-American (2014: Second-Team)...Out of their eight total All-Americans, five have earned AVCA All-America honors five times.

Leanna Willer, Washburn, OH
Stats:
4.03 K/S, 3.22 D/S, 0.44 B/S

Alongside teammate Sarah Vicory, become program's seventh and eighth different AVCA All-Americans

Katelynn Zanders, Alaska-Anchorage, OH
Stats:
3.71 K/S, .227 Hitting %, 3.11 D/S, 0.46 B/S

Two-time AVCA All-American (2013: Second-Team).

 

 

 

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