Three Ashland University outside hitters – seniors Alli Cudworth and Casey Clark and freshman Shelby Woycik – earned Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference postseason honors, as the 2016 GLIAC volleyball postseason awards were revealed on Saturday (Nov. 19).
Cudworth earned first-team All-GLIAC honors for the fourth time. Entering Saturday's GLIAC Tournament semifinal against Lake Erie at Ferris State, Cudworth had 447 kills, a .234 hitting percentage, 54 service aces and 60 total blocks in 2016. She is 19 digs away from becoming the third player in program history to record 1,000 career kills and 1,000 career digs.
Clark landed on the All-GLIAC second team for the second year in a row, and so far in 2016, has 267 kills, a .203 hitting percentage, 410 digs and 39 total blocks. Earlier this fall, she became the program's second 1,000-1,000 player.
Woycik garnered her first GLIAC honor thanks to a rookie season which so far has boasted of 257 kills, a .218 hitting percentage, 68 digs and 49 total blocks.