TOPEKA, Kan. – Augustana middle blocker Holly Hafemeyer was named to the
Daktronics All-Central Region first team and Northern State sophomore
outside hitter Kelsey Chambers was named to the Daktronics All-Central
Region Second Team Tuesday morning in a release on Tuesday morning. In her
senior season, Hafemeyer led the Vikings in nearly every offensive category.
While swinging at a team-high .362 clip, Hafemeyer led the Vikings with 445
kills for an average of 4.32 per set. Hafemeyer’s 4.32 kills per set ranked
second in the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference behind Daktronics
Central Region Player of the Year, Kate Lange of Minnesota Duluth. Chambers
led the Wolves averaging 4.33 kills per set this season. Her .317 attack
percentage was second on the team. Chambers also averaged 2.49 digs per set
this year and recorded seven double-doubles. The Daktronics all-region
teams are voted on by the sports information directors within each district
and Hafemeyer is now eligible for the Daktronics Division II Volleyball
All-America team. Hafemeyer becomes the third Viking to earn Daktronics
All-Central Region honors.
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