The Association of Division III Independents (AD3I) released its Women’s Volleyball All-Independent Teams recently, and The College of New Rochelle’s Meghan King (New City, NY/Clarkstown North HS) received First Team All-Independent honors at Outside Hitter. She is one of five Blue Angels to be recognized with All-Independent status.
King moves up to the First Team after earning Second Team All-Independent honors last season. During the season, she was twice named AD3I Volleyball Player of the Week and was recognized as the AD3I Student-Athlete of the Month for September. The outside hitter led the Blue Angels in total kills (384), and was second on the team in aces (74) and tallied a team-leading and program-record 14 double-doubles, including in both games of the HVIAC Tournament, won by the Blue Angels for the third time in the last five seasons. In addition to the double-double school record, she established new school records in kills for a career (681), kills in a season (384), and kills in a match. King already holds the school record for aces in a match. The communication arts major slammed down 15 or more kills on 10 occasions, highlighted by her school-record 22 kill performance in the team's win over John Jay College, and dig up 20 or more balls three times.
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