HIRAM, OHIO — Hiram College volleyball player and junior outside hitter Shaina Bryan (South Euclid/Brush) has been named to the American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) All-Great Lakes Region Team as a honorable mention pick that was released today (Friday, Nov. 12). [2010 AVCA All-Region Teams]
Bryan added to her list of postseason awards with her first All-Region selection. She has already earned first-team All-North Coast Athletic Conference accolades as well as being named the NCAC Player of the Year. Bryan helped lead the Terriers to a 24-10 overall record and were NCAC regular-season co-champs with a 13-1 record. Hiram qualified for a 10th straight appearance in the conference tournament as well as advancing to the championship match for the ninth straight season where the Terriers finished as runners-up. The Terriers also posted their second consecutive season with 20 or more wins and seventh of the last eight overall.
This fall, Bryan led the team in kills with 407 (3.34 kills per set) and had a .299 hitting percentage. She was also second in digs (395), service aces (24) and was fourth in total blocks (65). In addition, Bryan was also amongst the conference leaders in kills, hitting percentage and digs. Following the NCAC Tournament, Bryan was named to the All-Tournament Team after posting 38 kills (5.43 k/s), 18 digs and four blocks during the two-day event.
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