Nuneviller Named AVCA All-American
Following a spectacular all-around season, Brooke Nuneviller earned AVCA Second-Team All-America honors Wednesday following a vote by a committee made up of coaches who are a part of the association. Nuneviller earned honorable mention recognition as a freshman in 2018, but was named to one of the three All-America teams for the first time in her career.
She is the 12th player in Oregon history to be named to one of the AVCA All-America teams and the 16th selection in program history overall. Nuneviller is the seventh Oregon player to earn All-America recognition from the AVCA multiple times a career, whether that's being named to one of the three teams or earning honorable mention selection.
Nuneviller led the team in both kills and digs and is the first Pac-12 player in the rally scoring era to average at least 4.0 digs and 3.0 kills per set in a season, averaging 3.46 kills and 4.04 digs per set. She was one of just four players in the country and the only one at a Power 5 school to average at least 3.4 kills and 4.0 digs per set this season. Nuneviller was also the only Pac-12 player to finish in the top 10 of the league both kills (8th) and digs (3rd) while her 16 double-doubles on the season led the league and were five more than the player in second place.
The Chandler, Ariz. turned in one of the best individual performances in school and conference history when she put down 35 kills on 65 swings with just one error vs. current Final Four team Washington on March 7. She is the only Pac-12 player in the rally scoring era to have at least 35 kills and one or fewer errors in a match while her 35 kills rank seventh in program history. Nuneviller also became the first player to earn both Pac-12 Offensive and Defensive Player of the Week honors in the same week following wins over Arizona in February.
Nuneviller also earned AVCA All-Pacific North Region honors and was named All-Pac-12 earlier this postseason.