Three Cardinal Players Named to <i>Volleyball Magazine</i> All-America Teams

Jan. 19, 2007

Stanford, Calif. - Three Stanford women's volleyball players have been named to the ASICS/Volleyball Magazine All-America teams. Sophomores Foluke Akinradewo and Cynthia Barboza were named to the First Team, while junior Bryn Kehoe was named to the Second Team.

Akinradewo, a middle blocker, is a two-time All-Pac-10 honoree and two-time AVCA All-America selection. In 2006, Akinradewo led the Cardinal with a .431 hitting percentage, the third-best mark in the nation. Additionally, she paced the Cardinal with 141 blocks to average 1.44 blocks per game. Her 382 kills ranked third on the Stanford squad.

Barboza, an outside hitter, was also a 2006 All-Pac-10 selection, and led the Cardinal with 463 total kills and 4.21 kills per game. She also led the team with 48 service aces and was honored with All-Tournament honors at each of the Cardinal's three preseason tournaments.

Kehoe, the Cardinal's standout setter, is a two-time AVCA All-American who tallied 1,473 assists this season, and averaged 13.39 per game. Also a 2006 All-Pac-10 selection, Kehoe finished third on the squad with 86 blocks.

Foluke Akinradewo, Stanford
Cynthia Barboza, Stanford
Ashley Engle, Texas
Nicole Fawcett, Penn State
Megan Hodge, Penn State
Jordan Larson , Nebraska
Angie McGinnis, Florida
Nana Meriwether, UCLA
Christal Morrison, Washington
Sarah Pavan, Nebraska
Nellie Spicer, UCLA
Courtney Thompson, Washington

Kristen Carlson, San Diego
Christa Harmotto, Penn State
Asia Kaczor, USC
Kanoe Kamana'o, Hawaii
Bryn Kehoe, Stanford
Marisa Main, Ohio State
Amber McCray, Florida
Meredith Nelson, Minnesota
Angie Pressey , Cal
Airial Salvo, Utah
Debora Seilhamer, USC
Tracy Stalls, Nebraska

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