Volleyball - Mon, Dec. 3, 2012
Sophomores Rachel Eubanks and Caraline Maher continued to
be honored for their efforts in the 2012 volleyball season. Both were
named to the NAIA All-American teams Monday afternoon as released by the
main office in Kansas City, Mo.
Eubanks had a team-high 436 kills this year with a .281
hitting percentage. The Cincinnati, Ohio native was named to the NAIA
All-American third team.
She added 11 solo blocks and 39 block assists in her
second year at Georgetown.
Maher had a team-high .348 hitting percentage (405 kills
on 836 attempts). She was tied for second with Emily Weber for team solo blocks
with 25 and a team-high 92 block assists.
The Cincinnati, Ohio native was named to the honorable
mention All-American team.
"It is always nice to be rewarded for the hardwork," said
GC Nick Griffin. "These come when you have success. It was a great team effort
this year and we are seeing the fruits of our labors."
This is the first All-American honorees since Kyla Welch