Sciacca Earns All-RMAC Third Team Honors
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - University of Colorado Colorado Springs senior middle blocker Kristen Sciacca earned a spot on the 2013 All-RMAC teams announced this afternoon by the conference office. She finished her only season at UCCS among the RMAC leaders in attack percentage and blocking for the Mountain Lions.
Sciacca hit .303 and finished the season fourth in program records for attack percentage. She ranked seventh in the RMAC for attack percentage and eighth with 0.90 blocks per set. Sciacca led the team in attack percentage, tied for the team lead with 12 solo blocks, and was second for the Mountain Lions with 3.00 points and 2.41 kills per set.
UCCS finished the season in a tie for ninth in the RMAC standings and with an 11-19 overall record. The Mountain Lions averaged 2.19 blocks and 1.10 service aces per set to rank third in the conference statistics, and the 349 block assists ranked eighth in program season records.
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