Kadie Rolfzen was named the North Region Freshman of the Year as one of five Nebraska volleyball players who earned all-region honors from the American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA). Senior Kelsey Robinson, junior Mary Pollmiller, sophomore Meghan Haggerty and Rolfzen were named to the 14-member North Region first team, while sophomore Cecilia Hall was an honorable-mention selection.
Rolfzen has 356 kills on the season and is averaging 3.46 kills per set, in addition to 262 digs and an average of 2.54 digs per set. She was named to the All-Big Ten team last week as well as earning a unanimous spot on the All-Freshman team.
Haggerty has 166 kills on the season and is averaging 1.69 kills per set. Haggerty has hit at a clip of .300 or better 18 times this season and has 105 blocks on the year, averaging 1.07 blocks per set.
Pollmiller has recorded 1,209 assists on the year and an average of 10.70 assists per set. She was named honorable-mention All-Big Ten last week and has helped Nebraska hit .300 or better in 10 matches in 2013, including a season-high .418 hitting percentage against Indiana on Nov. 23.
Robinson continues to lead the Huskers after earning Big Ten Player-of-the-Year accolades last week. She has totaled 495 kills on the season and an average of 4.38 kills per set. Robinson was named the Big Ten Player of the Week four times in 2013.
Hall has a total of 136 blocks on the season and is averaging 1.35 blocks per set. She also has 138 kills on the year and is averaging 1.37 kills per set, while hitting at a clip of .328.