Beck Named AVCA All-Region, Led Nation In Triple-Doubles

Beck Named AVCA All-Region, Led Nation In Triple-Doubles

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AUGUSTA, Ga. – Augusta University junior McKenzey Beck was named to the American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) all-region team, as announced on Wednesday morning.

 

Beck (Phoenix, Ariz.) joined the Jaguars this season as a junior-transfer from Glendale Community College and she led the nation in triple-doubles (12) for all of NCAA Division II. Ally Rohn of Palm Beach Atlantic tied Beck for the nation's top spot.

 

In her first season in the Peach Belt, Beck was a first team All-PBC selection and led the league in kills (357) and points (414.0). The setter posted the fifth-most assists (608) and ranked fourth in aces (34) in the league. Beck booked 12 triple-doubles this season (kills, assists, digs) in her 30 matches played and 120 sets.

 

 All-Conference on Thursday night at the 2017 PBC Championship awards banquet. The conference awards were released on the eve of the PBC tournament, hosted by Georgia College, in Milledgeville, Ga.

 

View the full AVCA region ranking by clicking here

 

The AVCA, with its headquarters in Lexington, Ky., is managed by Associations International. The mission of the AVCA is to advance the sport of volleyball with AVCA coaches at the epicenter of leadership, advocacy and professional development. With a membership of almost 7,000 and counting, the AVCA provides a professional network for those individuals and companies dedicated to enhancing and promoting the sport. Members include collegiate, high school, club, youth and Olympic coaches, as well as volleyball club directors. The AVCA provides education to volleyball coaches, recognition of elite players and coaches, promotion of volleyball competitions throughout the world, and networking opportunities for volleyball products and services providers.

AVCA SOUTHEAST ALL-REGION

First Name

Last Name

School

Position

Year

 Rachel

 Alles

 Wingate

 S

 So.

 McKenzey

 Beck

 Augusta

 S

 Jr.

 Katie

 Bludau

 Wingate

 OH

 Sr.

 Kayla

 Brockway

 Georgia College

 S

 Jr.

 Rachel

 Burts

 Anderson

 MB

 RS-Sr.

 Rebecca

 Cochran

 Queens

 OH

 Sr.

 Emily

 Conlin

 Anderson

 S

 So.

 Sara

 Davis***

 Flagler

 MB

 Sr.

 Phoebe

 Havenaar

 Wingate

 MB

 RS-So.

 Anna

 Holmquist

 Wingate

 MB

 Jr.

 Sydney

 Kunz

 Queens

 S

 Sr.

 Rebecca

 Martinez

 USC-Aiken

 L

 So.

 Marissa

 Mitter

 Anderson

 OH

 Sr.

 Taja

 Valmyr

 Flagler

 OH

 Sr.

HONORABLE MENTION

First Name

Last Name

School

Position

Year

 Morgan

 Ballard

 Carson Newman

 L

 So.

 Kaytlin

 Elkins

 Barton

 OH

 Fr.

 Hannah

 Hritz

 Lander

 RS

 Fr.

 Karlie

 Redfern

 Flagler

 OH

 Fr.

 Tara

 Savisky

 Flagler

 S

 Jr.

 Alie

 Smith

 USC-Aiken

 OH

 Fr.

 

Region Player of the Year: Katie Bludau, Wingate, OH

Region Freshman of the Year: Karlie Redfern, Flagler, OH

Region Coach of the Year: Matt Affolder, Flagler

 

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