GANSEVOORT, N.Y. – The Keuka College Women's Volleyball team had three players named All-Conference as voted on by the North Eastern Athletic Conference coaches.
Warren had a career season for the Green and Gold. She set new career highs with 141 kills, 40 aces, 72 digs, and a .222 hitting percentage. Her hitting percentage ranked eighth in the conference and posted a .317 hitting percentage in NEAC matches, fourth best in the league. In her career, Katelyn Warren totaled 183 blocks, fifth most in a career in Keuka College history.
Senior Jadine Buddingh was named to the All-Conference team for the second time in her career. The Hamilton, Ontario native totaled 141 kills and 159 digs in her senior season. Buddingh averaged 2.22 kills per set during North Eastern Athletic Conference matches. Her dig's total in 2017 set a new career-high, as did Buddingh's 25 service aces.
For the third year in a row, Alyssa Rex was named All-North Eastern Athletic Conference. She led the Wolves with 550 assists, ranking sixth in the conference. Rex also totaled 169 digs on the season, second most on the team. She had a career-best season in kills and blocks for the Green and Gold. Alyssa Rex continues to climb the career assist list at Keuka College. She currently sits in third all-time in assists following her junior season.