It was recently announced by the South Coast Conference (SCC) that six women's volleyball players earned All-Conference recognition. Sophomore middle blocker Elsa Woods, freshman outside hitter Tylie Johnson, and sophomore setter Levila Iosua all earned first-team accolades, while sophomore outside hitter Jessica Blakeman, freshman defensive specialist Kaitlyn Peterson, and sophomore setter Sierra Davis brought in second-team honors. Furthermore, third-year head coach Misty May-Treanor was named All-SCC Co-Coach of the Year for the second-consecutive year.
May-Treanor led the group of talented athletes in a second consecutive first-place showing in conference after a 7-1 record. Overall, the Vikings were 22-4 for the season. The athletes showed passion and determination which resulted in a nine-game winning-streak during the middle of their season.
Woods is being recognized for her contribution to the team's kills and digs per set. She averaged out about 1.3 kills and 1.2 digs per sets. Woods started twenty three games this season and helped lead the pack with one of the highest total of kills and digs on the team.
Johnson was ranked second in conference for having 3.79 kills per set and a grand total of 250 overall kills.She was also ranked fourth in conference for having a hitting percentage of .256. Johnson was a driving force on offense this season and assisted the team in many scoring opportunities.
Iosua led the conference with the highest number of assists per set resulting in averaging 9.1 assists per set. She also helped the team on defense with the second highest total of digs on the Vikings team.
Blakeman was ranked fifth in conference with 3.08 kills per set, having 197 overall kills and a .244 hitting percentage. Blakeman was an offensive asset this season for the Vikings and helped lead the team to the playoffs for the third-consecutive season.
Peterson is being recognized for averaging 2.1 digs per set. Peterson played a key role to the Vikings on the defensive side with totaling 124 digs overall.
Davis is being recognized with all-conference honors for the second-consecutive season. She was ranked third overall in conference with a hitting percentage of .297. Davis was all-around player and helped the Vikings succeed on offense and defense.