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Posted: Friday, December 2, 2011
Media Contact: Dave Costello, 815-921-4516
Rock Valley College’s Kristen Kotch and Morgan Knoll have been named first team NJCAA (National Junior College Athletic Association) All-Americans for volleyball.
Kotch (Hononegah) led the Golden Eagles in kills (484) this season, a mark that ranked her in the top 25 in the nation. Knoll (Harlem) led RVC in hitting efficiency (33.22%) and blocks (182), and finished second on the team in kills (271) behind Kotch.
As previously announced, both Kotch and Knoll were also named all-conference and all-region, and both were named to the Region IV all-tournament team. Kotch also earned Player of the Year honors for the conference (N4C).
RVC won the Region IV tournament and went on to finish in third place at the NJCAA national tournament for the second straight season.
The Golden Eagles have now had 18 volleyball players earn All-American honors and over 125 athletes overall have earned that distinction for RVC covering all sports.
Kristen Kotch Morgan Knoll