Three Mountain Lions named All-RMAC
UCCS junior middle blocker Kelley Angel was named first-team All-Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference, the RMAC announced Thursday.
Teammate Andrea Weedman was named second-team All-RMAC, while Jill Wrenn was honorable mention.
Angel, a middle blocker from Magnolia, Texas, led the Mountain Lions in kills (3.09 per game), blocks (0.94 per game) and service aces (0.39 per game). She was recognized as the RMAC West Division player of the week for the week of October 2-9.
Weedman, a sophomore from Scottsdale, Ariz., keyed the Mountain Lionsâ€TM defense and set a new UCCS record for digs in a season with 514. She was also effective when the rotation took her to the front row, placing third on the team with 2.38 kills per game.
Wrenn, a junior from Centennial, Colo., averaged 2.05 kills per game and was second on the team in blocks.
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