Each year, Volleyball Magazine honors their choice of the nation's
best female volleyball players in college.
When a player has been named to a collegiate All American team that
means a specific group of people, in this case the editors at Volleyball
magazine have followed their stats, their team's win/loss record and
that player's individual accomplishments both on and off the court for
that year's season and has decided to choose them as one of the
outstanding amateur players in the country competing in Division I.
They have been doing this every year since...okay since I was playing in
college. They usually name eight players to the first team, nine on the
second team and ten Division I female volleyball players on the third
I was a VM Second Team All American so they've been doing it since
the mid 80s.
Just so you know a bit more about Volleyball:
"Each issue of Volleyball has all the latest beach, college, and juniors
news, insightful profiles, training, instructional and nutrition tips, and
exciting photos from the sport's top photographers.
Volleyball magazine is a must-read for coaches, players and fans alike."
Alaina Bergsma, 6' 3", Outside Hitter, University of Oregon
Haley Eckerman, 6'3", Sophomore, Texas, Right Side Hitter
Natalie Hagglund, 5'9", Libero, USC, Junior
Micha Hancock, 6'2", Outside Hitter, Texas, Senior
Emily Hartong, 6'2", Outside Hitter, Junior, Stanford
Chloe Mann, 6'2" Middle Hitter, Junior, Florida
Lauren Plum, 5' 9", Setter, Junior, Oregon
Ariel Scott, 6' 4", Right Side Hitter, Junior, Penn State
Bailey Webster, 6' 3" Outside Hitter, Junior, Texas
Carly Wopat, 6'2" Middle Hitter, Junior, Stanford
Lola Arslanbekova, Louisville, OH, Sr., 5-7,
Tori Dixon, Minnesota, Middle Hitter, Jr., 6-3
Rachael Kidder, UCLA, OH, Sr., 6'3",
Tabi Love, 6'5", Outside Hitter, Senior, UCLA
Gina Mancuso, 6'1", Outside Hitter, Senior, Nebraska
Deja McClendon, 6'1", Outside Hitter, Junior, Penn State
Ashley Neff, 6'3", Middle Hitter, Junior, Florida State
Katie Slay, 6'6", Middle Blocker, Junior, Penn State
Krista Vansant, 6'2", Outside Hitter, Sophomore, Washington
Hannah Werth, 6'1", Outside Hitter, Senior, Nebraska
Samantha Bricio, 6' 2", Outside Hitter, Freshman
Amanda Gil, 6'6", Middle Blocker, Senior, Washington
Kristen Hahn, 5'6", Libero, Junior, Iowa State
Katherine Harms, 6'2" Right Side Hitter, Senior, Minnesota
Tyler Henderson, 5'11", Outside Hitter, Senior, Tulsa
Caroline Jarmoc, 6'2", Middle Hitter, Junior, Kansas
Rachel Krabacher, 6'4", Outside Hitter, Senior, Dayton
Ziva Recek, 6'0", Outside Hitter, Freshman, Florida
Ariel Turner, 6'1", Outside Hitter, Senior, Purdue
Nicole Warner, 6'2", Middle Hitter, Senior, BYU
Lauren Wicinski, 6'1", Outside Hitter, Junior, Michigan State
Check out more inspiring college volleyball players and news in the pages below.
About Breakfast Club 60
Elite training for very advanced hard working players who INTEND to play volleyball in college.
Exclusive opportunity to train with teammates/friends with similar high goals and are ready to push YOU and themselves to improve.
Not for the curious, weak hearted or distracted player, we do more in 60 minutes than most clubs and teams do in three hours.
If you’ve never attended a Breakfast Club class contact Coach April BEFORE registering.
About Brunch Club 60
Perfect for regular Boot Camp class players and players who've ALREADY played on a City of Las Vegas/NYS Elite local league team and who're interested in more advanced training and/or trying out for the Volleycats Elite 14s/15s/ local team competing in June/July/August.
Ten (10) - intensive 60-minute sessions of semi-private (small groups of six) volleyball practices
Sessions are a specially designed mix of skills conducted by Coach April within the one hour session