Stouffer named ECAC Offensive Player of the Year

Stouffer named ECAC Offensive Player of the Year

DANBURY, Conn. – The Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) announced its 2016 Division III South Volleyball All-Star Team Wednesday afternoon. Senior outside hitter Katie Stouffer earned recognition from the ECAC as she was named the Offensive Player of the Year. For Stouffer this is her sixth postseason accolade capping off a tremendous senior season and overall career.

Stouffer turned in an impressive senior season tallying a team-high 444 kills and a Capital Athletic Conference-best 4.48 kills per set. Her 444 kills is also fourth best in Salisbury volleyball history for a season. Stouffer would also become the all-time leader in kills for a career totaling 1,747 surpassing 2009 graduate Stacey Krebs (1,734) by 13 to sit atop the record books.

Nationally Stouffer is tied for 25th in kills while her average ranked her 12th overall for the season. She also posted a hitting percentage of .288, totaled 37 blocks, and tallied 161 digs.

Stouffer was also named CAC Player of the Year, named First Team All-CAC for the fourth consecutive year, and named to the CoSIDA Academic All-District Team for the third straight season. She has also received two awards from the AVCA, being named to the AVCA Division III All-America Third Team and the North Region All-Region Team.

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