Senior Ksenia Klue of The College of Wooster volleyball team earned second-team All-North Coast Athletic Conference honors, as announced by the league office on Friday between first- and second-round matches at the NCAC Tournament.
Klue continued to up her all-around contributions this year and finished the regular season with 12 double-doubles. During the regular-season, Klue surpassed 300 kills, and in fact her 318 kills in the regular season marked the second-most in the NCAC. Notable, Klue's the first Scot to surpass 300 kills in a season since Erica Skillman and Paige Parker did so in 2012.
Klue, who averaged a team-high 3.18 kills per set prior to the NCAC Tournament, backed that up 2.77 digs per set and 0.35 blocks per set on the year. She had 17 matches with at least 10 kills, including a career-high of 20 versus Alfred State College back on Sept. 9. In NCAC action, Klue finished one kill shy of 20 in a key win over Allegheny College on Oct. 11. In the dig column, Klue surpassed the double-digit mark 16 times entering the weekend, including three times in league play.