Three Earn All-CC Volleyball Honors; Glass Rookie of the Year

Tuesday, November 12, 2013
 

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Three members of the Centennial Conference runner-up Muhlenberg volleyball team received All-CC honors.

Allison Glass Freshman Allison Glass and sophomore Katherine Boll were selected to the second team, while sophomore Chelsea Kaser received honorable mention. Glass also was named rookie of the year.

Glass (right) led the Mules and ranks 10th in the CC with an average of 2.84 kills per set. Her season total of 301 kills was the second-best ever by a Muhlenberg freshman, and she leads the CC with 60 service aces, the most by a Mule in 10 years. Glass also was third on the team with 227 digs and fifth with 41 blocks.

Katherine Boll, Chelsea Kaser Glass is the first Mule athlete in any sport to be named CC rookie of the year. The award was instituted last year.

Boll (far left) landed on the second team for the second consecutive year after finishing second on the Mules in kills per set (2.02), hitting percentage (.273) and total blocks (93). She ranks third in the CC in total blocks and eighth in hitting percentage.

Kaser (near left), a second-team selection last year, led Muhlenberg with 420 digs, the eighth-highest single-season total in team history. She was fifth in the CC in digs per set (4.39) in league matches.

The three All-CC selections tie for the most in program history, last achieved in 2008. It’s the first time that all three Mules honored are freshmen and sophomores, and Muhlenberg is hardly alone in having talented young players. Of the 19 players who received All-CC recognition, only two are seniors (both from Gettysburg), 10 are sophomores and three are freshmen.
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