BYU women’s volleyball athletes receive AVCA All-Region honors

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Alexa Gray celebrates after getting a point in the NCAA tournament game against Ohio. Gray received AVCA All-Pacific South Region First Team honors. (Ari Davis)

Two athletes from the BYU women’s volleyball team received regional honors from the American Volleyball Coaches Association.

Senior outside hitter Alexa Gray and junior middle blocker Amy Boswell were awarded AVCA All-Pacific South Region First Team honors. This is Gray’s third-straight all-region honor and Boswell’s second.

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Amy Boswell spikes the ball in the game against OSU. Boswell received her second AVCA All-Pacific South Region First Team honors. (Ari Davis)

Gray was named the 2015 West Coast Conference Player of the Year, AVCA National Player of the week and WCC Player of the Week five times this season. She is second in the nation in kills with 5.22 per set. Gray also set a new career-high with an astounding 31 kills against Santa Clara. She as scored 628 points for the Cougars this season.

Boswell was named the 2015 West Coast Conference Defensive Player of the Year, WCC Player of the Week and Academic All-District 8 honors. She leads the conference in blocks per set with an average of 1.40. Boswell has also set and tied a new career-high of 18 kills and made 402 points for the team.

To see the full AVCA All-Pacific South Region First Team, as well as other regions and honorable mentions, click here.

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