DANBURY, Conn. – Salisbury University volleyball junior Katie Stouffer has earned all of the accolades she has collected this year, and another came on Thursday afternoon when the Eastern College Athletic Conference announced its 2015 South All-Stars and the Frederick, Maryland native was named to the first team.
Stouffer ranked in the top 10 nationally in three different statistical categories in 2015. She was third nationally, and led the Capital Athletic Conference, in kills per set, averaging 4.98. She also led the league and ranked fourth in the country in points per set (5.57) and was sixth in the country in total kills, with 538.
This is one of many honors this season, with Stouffer being a first-team All-CAC selection, a first-team American Volleyball Coaches Association All-Region and honorable mention All-American pick, along with an Academic All-District and All-American honoree.
The Salisbury volleyball team went 24-8 this year and advanced to the CAC championship match for the fifth-straight year.
To see the entire list of ECAC South All-Stars, click here.