AVCA Division III National Player of the Year

 

Allison Zastrow - Washington University in St. Louis

  

Grand Rapids, Mich. (November 18, 2015) - The American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) is pleased to announce that Washington University-St. Louis Setter Allison Zastrow has been named the 2015 AVCA Division III National Player ob the Year. The presentation was made at the NCAA Division III Volleyball Championship Banquet on the campus of Calvin College. She will also be honored at the AVCA All-America/Players of the Year Banquet on Friday, December 18th in conjunction with the 2015 AVCA Convention in Omaha, Nebraska. 

 

2015 Stats

A: 1525, A/S: 11.64, DIGS: 353, D/S: 2.69, SA: 28, .268 Team Hitting %

 

Fast Facts

Named 2015 University Athletic Association Most Valuable Player

2015 First Team All-UAA, 2014 Second Team All-UAA

Leads the UAA and currently second nationally in assists per set this season (11.64)

Four-time UAA Setter/Defensive Player of the Week

Double-double of assists and digs in 16 matches during the 2015 campaign.

10th on WashU's all-time career assists list (2,504)

Nine matches of 50+ assists this season, including a career-high 61 in a win over Carthage on Oct. 9

10th AVCA Player of the Year Award for Washington-St. Louis, and their first since 2002.

 

Quote

"Allison is a really strong athlete, I don't think she ever has a panic mentality to her- she stays pretty relaxed, pretty comfortable, but she's also one of our players that probably is the most fundamentally sound." - head coach Vanessa Walby

 

 

AVCA Division III National Players of the Year

2015: Allison Zastrow, Washington University in St. Louis 

2014 Maggie Kamp, Calvin College 

2013 Megan Rietema, Calvin College

2012 Lizzie Kamp, Calvin College

2011 Rebecca Kamp, Calvin College

2010 Amelia McCall, Emory University

2009 Christina Cahoon, University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh

2008 Amber Thomas, Juniata College

2007 Amber Thomas, Juniata College

2006 Stephanie Kines, Juniata College

2005 Courtney Rose, Emory University
2004 Carli Dale, Juniata College
2003 Amy Smith, University of La Verne
2002 Rebecca Rotello, Washington University in St. Louis
2001 Allison Erickson, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater
2000 Candace Wilson, Central College
1999 Abbie Brown, Central College
1998 Abbie Brown, Central College
1997 Jennifer Martz, Washington University in St. Louis
1996 Amy Ward, Wisconsin-Oshkosh
1995 Shelley Swan, Washington University in St. Louis
1994 Amy Albers, Washington University in St. Louis
1993 Amy Albers, Washington University in St. Louis
1992 Lisa Becker, Washington University in St. Louis
        Anastasia Nikas, Stony Brook University
1991 Elizabeth Tan, UC San Diego
1990 Kathy Bersett, Washington University in St. Louis
1989 Lori Nishikawa, Washington University in St. Louis
1988 Lori Nishikawa, Washington University in St. Louis
1987 Janet Hughes, UC San Diego
1986 Anne Westerkamp, Benedictine University
1985 Sherri Petrick, Benedictine University