Kelli Browning became the first player in Creighton Volleyball history to be named a Third Team All-American when she was honored by the American Volleyball Coaches Association on Wednesday.
She was previously named an Honorable-Mention All-America selection as a sophomore and junior, and becomes CU Volleyball’s first three-time honoree on any of the All-America teams.
Besides Browning, Creighton’s only previous Honorable-Mention All-Americans have been Megan Bober (2010, 2012), Kelly Goc (2007), Jessica Houts (2008) and Michelle Sicner (2013).
Last week Browning had become the first Bluejay to be a First Team All-Region pick three times.
Browning led Creighton in kills (403), blocks (180), points (521.5) and attack percentage (.339) as a senior in 2014 while picking up First Team All-Conference honors for the third straight time. She ranks among the national leaders in total blocks (5th), blocks per set (16th), hitting percentage (97th), points per set (101st) and total kills (116th).