Shelbyville Daily Union


November 15, 2012

Lady Ram Volleyball Honors

SHELBYVILLE, IL. — The Shelbyville Lady Ram 2012 volleyball team (20-17) held their season awards night recently presenting awards to 11 different players, including a pair of conference honors.

Leading  the awards were all-conference selections by a pair of Ram hitters.

Senior hitter Brooke Eisenbarth earned a 1st Team All-OVC selection. Eisenbarth was the leading hitter from Shelbyville by a bunch. Eisenbarth swung for 268 kills, 74 more kills than the nearest teammate. She added 28 blocks to give her 296 net points. Eisenbarth also was second on the team in digs (213).

Junior hitter Brandy Smith garnered a 2nd Team All-OVC selection. Smith sung for almost 200 kills (194). She also had 28 blocks to give her 222 net points. Smith also served up 292 points with a team-2nd 40 aces.

Co-Captains Awards were presented to setter Maggie Bosgraaf and hitter Alissa Hudson, while Lindsey Eigsti earned the Serving Award.

Bosgraaf was the quarterback for the Rams dishing out 446 assists in 37 matches, averaging double-digit assists per match (12.5).

 Bosgraaf also led the team in service points (347).

Alissa Hudson swung for 55 kills this season, blocked 15 kills, and had 44 digs. Eigsti had 184 service points and 11 aces, while getting 65 digs.

Taylor Wilcox led the team in service aces, delivering 47 aces, whie libero Sammy Hendrix led the mid-court defense with a team-high 223 digs.

Most Improved Awards were give out for the Fresh-Soph team, the JV team, and the varsity team.

Madison Boone was the Most Improved varsity player. The sophomore middle was 3rd on the team in kills (120), but led the team net defense in blocks, recording 57. That gave her 177 net points.

The Most Improved JV player was freshman Hannah Koonce, while the Most Improved Fresh-Soph player was Elly Oldham.

Shelbyville Volleyball 2012

Team Record 20-17

Individual Stats

Taylor Wilcox 300 points, *47 aces, 93 kills, 1 assist, 34 digs, 37 blocks; Maggie Bosgraaf *347 points, 27 aces, 23 kills, *446 assists, 125 digs, 1 block; Brandy Smith 292 points, 40 aces, 194 kills, 1 assist, 132 digs, 28 blocks; Madison Boone 28 points, 3 aces, 120 swings, 2 assists, 24 digs, *57 blocks; Sammy Hendrix 272 points, 27 aces, 1 kill, 223 digs; Alex Johnston 2 points, 40 kills, 21 assists, 16 digs, 15 blocks; Claudia Watson 598 points, 2 aces, 1 kill, 40 assists, 19 digs; Brooke Eisenbarth 231 points, 26 aces, 268 kills, 4 assists, 213 digs, 28 blocks; Alissa Hudson 18 points, 2 aces, 55 kills, 31 assists, 44 digs, 15 blocks; Lindsey Eigsti 184 points, 11 ace, 131 assists, 65 digs; Hannah Koonce 1 point, 2 kills; Rachel Fox 24 points, 4 aces, 3 kills, 22 digs, 1 block; Jensen Cloe 2 points, 1 dig.   

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