First Shorewoman To Earn All-CC Three Times In Volleyball; Beresik Tabbed All-Sportsmanship
LANCASTER, Pa. – Junior outside hitter Kristin Lee (Dayton, Md./River Hill) garnered All-Centennial Conference second team honors for the third straight season in a vote conducted by the conference's head volleyball coaches. She is the first Shorewoman to be named a three-time All-Centennial Conference selection in volleyball.
Lee led the team in kills per set (3.26), total kills (326), aces per set (0.47) and aces (47). She was second on the squad in digs per set (3.15) and digs (315). The junior placed fourth on the Shorewomen in blocks (28) and blocks per set (0.28). In the Centennial, she ranked fourth in points per set (3.9), fifth in total kills and aces per set, sixth in kills per set and total points (387.5) and eighth in total aces. Lee tallied 11 double-doubles this season and served up on two occasions, versus Rosemont (9/4) and Delaware Valley (10/9), served up a career-best six aces.
Lee will enter her senior year next fall with 941 kills and 953 digs in her career.
In addition, senior middle hitter Sarah Beresik (Point Pleasant, N.J./Point Pleasant Beach) was named to the Centennial Conference All-Sportsmanship team Washington's representative in volleyball for the first time. Each Centennial Conference member institution was permitted to nominate one student from each fall program who exemplifies the best in sportsmanship for the All-Sportsmanship Team. Nominations were submitted by the athletic departments or head coaches.
The Shorewomen went 19-9 overall for the second straight season. The 38 wins are the most wins in a two-year span since 42 combined victories in 1993 and 1994.