NKU volleyball player Kristin Koralewski has been named first-team NCAA Division II All-American by the American Volleyball Coaches Association.
Koralewski, a junior outside hitter and a native of Muskego, Wis., finished the season with a team-leading 580 kills, 487 digs and a .328 hitting percentage as NKU posted a 26-12 record and advanced to the NCAA Division II Tournament. She was also named the Great Lakes Valley Conference Player of the Year this season.
Koralewski recorded 26 double-doubles this season and added 55 service aces.
Koralewski is just the second NKU volleyball player in history to receive first team All-America honors. Jessica Buroker also was named first team All-American in 1999.
Molly Donovan (1998) and Jenny Jeremiah (1999) each received second team All-America honors for the Norse.
NKU senior right-side hitter Cammi Welter also received national honors. Welter was given honorable mention All-America accolades from the AVCA. Welter, a graduate of McAuley High School in Cincinnati, finished with 503 kills and 101 blocks this season.
* Article by Sports Information