WAUKESHA, Wis. – Concordia Wisconsin's Kaily (Moegenburg) Erdman won NACC Player of the Year honors and Janelle Katz was named NACC Coach of the Year, as the league announced its Women's Volleyball awards.
The Falcons were represented well after winning the league's regular season title with an 11-0 record for the second-consecutive year. They also earned the top seed in the NACC Tournament.
Erdman (Plymouth, Wis.) won the NACC Player of the Year honors after ranking top-15 in numerous statistical categories during conference-only matches (11th with 98 kills, 13th in attack percentage at .261, second with 26 service aces and 11th in digs at 124). The senior had five double-digit kill matches and posted four double-doubles against conference opponents, while serving at least two aces in seven of the 11 league matches. Erdman was also named All-NACC First Team.
Katz earned NACC Coach of the Year honors for the second time in her career after guiding the program to its second-straight undefeated regular season and league title. She also won her 100th career match during a conference matchup at Dominican on October 13.
Senior Lauren Nevinski (New Berlin, Wis.) was named All-NACC First Team after leading finishing top-10 with 27 total blocks, 23 block assists and four solo blocks against league foes. She also ranked sixth with a .315 attack percentage. The middle hitter twice had double-figure kills and recorded four or more total blocks in four different contests. It is the second time in her career she was named All-NACC and the first time to the First Team list.
Junior Amanda Schultz (North Prairie, Wis.) earned All-NACC First Team honors for the first time in her career after becoming an offensive go-to force. She ranked seventh in the league with a .296 attack percentage and was 16th with 90 kills. The outside hitter had three double-digit kill matches against league foes and hit over .300 six times in 11 conference matches.
Senior Lindsey Casper (Hubertus, Wis.) was named All-NACC Second Team after ranking 13th in league-only matches with 116 digs. The libero, an important piece to the Falcons defensive efforts, had six double-figure dig matches and twice had over 20 digs in conference contests. It is the second time in her career she was honored by the league's coaches.
Junior Haley Sedo (Neenah, Wis.) helped guide the Falcons offense and as a result earned All-NACC Second Team accolades. She ranked eighth in conference matches with 204 assists. The setter tallied at least 20 assists in seven of the 11 league matches. It was the first time she was honored in the NACC postseason awards.