Fleck, May to Train With Women's Collegiate National Team
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COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - Bruins Zoe Fleck and Mac May will be two of 28 collegians who will train with the 2021 USA Volleyball Women's Collegiate National Team. The training will take place June 13-18 in Anaheim, Calif.
Players on the Collegiate National Team, selected by the U.S. Women's National Team staff and National Team Development Program (NTDP), will work with top volleyball coaches at USAV's Anaheim training center. Athletes will receive evaluations, feedback and individual development plans.
All training will align with the expectations of the U.S. Women's National Team's coaches and staff.
Fleck, the Pac-12 Conference Libero of the Year, as well as an AVCA Honorable Mention All-American, AVCA All-Region and All-Pac-12 First Team selection, led the Bruins and the conference this spring with 4.39 digs per set, reaching double figures in digs in all 22 matches this season. She surpassed 20 digs on five occasions, with a season-best 25 in a win against Arizona on Feb. 26. Fleck was also second on the team with 19 service aces, recording at least one in 14 of 22 contests. She had a season-best four against Oregon State in the regular-season finale on March 28. Fleck, who notched the first double-double of her career with 22 digs and 10 assists at Oregon on Jan. 29, was named Pac-12 Defensive Player of the Week on March 2 after helping the Bruins to a series sweep of Arizona.
May, who was named Second Team AVCA All-American, First Team AVCA All-Region and All-Pac-12, led the Bruins with 4.33 kills and 4.98 points per set, ranking second in the Pac-12 in both categories and Top 30 nationally. She had double figures in kills in 21 of 22 contests, reaching the 20-mark on four occasions, with a season-best 25 on March 21 against USC. May had four double-doubles, setting a season high with 19 digs in a win over Washington on Feb. 12. The senior was also first with 30 service aces and fifth in the conference in aces per set. May had an ace in 13 of 22 matches, including multiples on nine occasions, with season highs of four versus Washington and Rider (April 14). May was also second on the team with 13 block solos.