Kehoe Named CVU National Setter of the Year
Jan. 22, 2008
Stanford, Calif. - Stanford's Bryn Kehoe was named the Collegiate Volleyball Update National Setter of the Year when the annual awards were announced last week. Kehoe, a first-team All-American, led the nation in assists in 2007 with 14.40 per game.
The senior led the Cardinal to its second consecutive national title match last month broke the program's career assist record on Oct. 12. The total was the third-best in Pac-10 history and one of the top-25 in NCAA history, while her 13.32 career assist per game mark was among the NCAA's all-time top-10. Kehoe shattered her own single-season assist record on Dec. 13, and finished with a program-best 1,742 assists for the year, one of the top three marks in Pac-10 history and one of the top-20 all-time in the NCAA. A three-time All-American, Kehoe finished her career owning four of the top-10 single-match assist performances in program history as well as a place among the program's all-time top-10 in both service aces (5th, 129) and digs (7th, 1,220).
Her guidance also had Stanford near the top of the country in attacking, as the Cardinal was fourth in hitting percentage at .316 and fifth in kills per game at 17.46. Kehoe also helped the 2007 Cardinal best program team records in kills, assists, hitting percentage and digs.