Lee Named Second Team All-Centennial For The Second Straight Year

Lee Named Second Team All-Centennial For The Second Straight Year

Hoyle Earns Spot On All-Sportsmanship Team

LANCASTER, Pa. – Sophomore outside hitter Kristin Lee (Dayton, Md./River Hill) earned All-Centennial Conference second team honors in volleyball for the second straight season in a vote conducted by the conference's volleyball head coaches.  

Lee is the third Washington player to earn all-conference honors on two occasions.  Jenny Lee '13 was named all-conference in 2010 and 2011 and Katherine O'Brien '08 garnered all-conference recognition in 2006 and 2007.

Lee averaged 3.55 kills per set and 3.44 digs 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 403 and served up a team-best 44 aces.  In the Centennial Conference, she ranked fourth in kills and points per set, fifth in aces per set and 11th in digs per set.  Lee had 15 double-doubles on the season to lead the team, including six straight from October 12-26.

In addition, senior right-side hitter Emily Hoyle (Santa Rita, Guam/Guam) was named to the Centennial Conference All-Sportsmanship team for the second time as Washington's representative in volleyball.  She was also selected to the team in 2011.  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 their best record since 1977 and their 5-5 conference mark was the team's best since a 5-5 record in 1994.