Last week, five Winston-Salem State Lady Rams volleyball players were named to the 2012 Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association (CIAA) All-Conference teams. The Lady Rams took home the honors after finishing the regular season in third place in the CIAA Southern Division.
Sophomore setter Kayla Brass and senior right side hitter Francesca Edgerton earned first team All-CIAA honors. Brass took home the honor after finishing the season ranked fourth in the CIAA with 620 assists and adding 24 service aces. Edgerton ranked fourth in the CIAA with 235 kills; she led her team with 28 service aces.
Also earning all-conference honors was junior outside hitter Avoni Seymour, senior middle blocker De Ann Smith and junior utility Katelyn Sigala. Seymour finished third on the team with 203 kills and had the second most digs with 243. Smith led the Lady Rams with 110.0 total blocks (33 solo) and ranked second in the CIAA in total blocks. Sigala led the Lady Rams with 267 digs.
Making the CIAA All-Rookie Team was freshman middle blocker Olivia Owens.
The Lady Rams ended the regular season with a 9-22 record and a 9-7 in the CIAA record. They played in the CIAA Volleyball Championship Tournament this past weekend at the Boo Williams Sportsplex in Hampon, Va. The team exited the tourney after losing to Chowan in the semi-finals.