First WC Volleyball Player To Earn All-Centennial As A Freshman
LANCASTER, PA – Freshman outside hitter Kristin Lee (Dayton, MD/River Hill) earned All-Centennial Conference second team honors in a vote conducted by the conference's volleyball head coaches. Lee is the first Shorewoman to earn All-Centennial honors as a freshman.
Lee averaged 3.45 digs per set and 3.08 kills per set, leading the team in kills and ranking second on the club in digs. She was tops on the team in points scored with 309.5. In the Centennial Conference, she ranked sixth in kills per set, ninth in points per set and 11th in digs per set. Lee had 12 double-doubles on the season to lead the team.
She is the first Washington player to be named to the second team since Katherine O'Brien '08 in 2007.
The Shorewomen were 12-15 overall and 4-6 in the conference. The four conference victories were the most since going 5-5 in 1994.