SAGU volleyball all-conference awards
Southwestern A/G University
Sports Information Director
Assistant Baseball Coach
Waxahachie - For the first time ever in SAGU volleyball history, the Lady Lions played for a conferencec hampionship and this year and the Lady Lions entered the conference tournament as the #1 seed, their highest seeding and ranking ever in the conference.
For these successes, the list of conference awards grew on Saturday at the conference tournament.
In addition to 15 conference player of the week awards (with two more possible late on Sunday), the Lady Lions can add six all-conference awards to their mantel.
Head Coach Hank Moore was the named the Co-Coach of the Year, sharing the award with Wiley College.
Earning a spot on the All-Conference First Team was Kelani Keoho, Brittani Toole, Rachel Brown and Krystal Cisneros.
Keoho was first in the conference in kills with 4.1 per game.
Toole was first in hitting percentage with a 30 percent kill percentage.
Rachel Brown was the conference leader in assists with 9.3 per game and Kystal Cisneros was first in blocks per game averaging one block per game.
Jordan Briggs was a second team selection as she finished the year second in the conference with .5 aces per game.
Rounding out the awards was another first for SAGU.
Submitted by Clay Scarborough
was named the Conference Player of the Year, becoming the first Lady Lions to ever win the award.