Twenty-two from Pac-12 women's volleyball earn 2021 AVCA All-Region honors
SAN FRANCISCO - A total of 21 Pac-12 women's volleyball student-athletes were were recognized on Tuesday when the American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) announced its Division I All-Region awards.
Oregon's Brooke Nuneviller, who was the Pacific North Region's Freshman of the Year in 2018, was named its Player of the Year this season; Stanford's Kami Miner earned Pacific North Region Freshman of the Year accolades, the eighth such honor for the Cardinal and first since 2016; and Washington's Keegan Cook captured Pacific North Region Coach of the Year recognition for the second consecutive season.
In the Pacific South Region, Utah's Dani Drews was selected Player of the Year for the third time in a row, while USC's Mia Tuaniga collected the Trojans' seventh all-time Pacific South Region Freshman of the Year honor.
Stanford and Washington led the Pac-12 with four players selected to AVCA All-Region Teams.
PACIFIC NORTH REGION
|Magda Jehlarova||Washington State||MB||Jr.|
|Ella May Powell||Washington||S||Jr.|
|Hannah Pukis||Washington State||S||R-Jr.|
|Pia Timmer||Washington State||OH||Jr.|
Pacific North Region Player of the Year: Brooke Nuneviller, Oregon, OH, Jr.
Pacific North Region Freshman of the Year: Kami Miner, Stanford, S
Pacific North Region Coach of the Year: Keegan Cook, Washington
PACIFIC SOUTH REGION
Pacific South Region Player of the Year: Dani Drews, Utah, OH, Gr.
Pacific South Region Freshman of the Year: Mia Tuaniga, USC, S