Westminster College finished 3rd in the poll with 66 points and picked up the last two remaining first-place votes from the coaches. The Blue Jays battled through an injury filled season in 2018, finishing 13-14 overall and 11-7 in the SLIAC. In addition, this season they will have to find a new libero after the graduation of Bridget Ringwald. However, the Blue Jays attack is loaded with the return of Natalie Needy and a healthy Ashley Kistaitis. Needy recorded 286 kills and 82 blocks last season. Two years ago, when healthy, Kistaitis tallied 340 kills and 283 digs for the Blue Jays and will be looking to wrap up her collegiate career with a similar performance. Sarah Rivers (58 blocks and a .258 hitting percentage) joins Needy in the middle while the versatile Teresa Becker will see time as both a setter and hitter. Headlining a strong incoming class are three freshmen: Kate Rable, Haley Menke, and Eryka Wanyonyi.