Honors contine for Seton Hill volleyball
By Staff Report
Published: Wednesday, November 28, 2012, 12:01 a.m.
Updated: Friday, December 21, 2012
Seton Hill University's most successful women's volleyball season continues to produce honors.
Sophomore middle hitter Corrine Gahagen has been named to the all-American Volleyball Coaches' Association Atlantic Region team, and freshman middle hitter Shelby Kyllo received honorable mention.
Both players previously earned spots on the all-West Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Tournament team. Seton Hill (22-12) reached its first WVIAC championship match, losing to Wheeling Jesuit, 3-0.
Gahagen led Seton Hill with 300 kills and a .300 hitting percentage this season. She added 45 aces, 99 digs and 121 total blocks.
Kyllo led the WVIAC and was second in NCAA Division II with 1.56 blocks per set. She posted 178 blocks, including 55 solo stops.
Seton Hill led Division II in blocks per game (10.0).
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