DOMINICAN ATHLETICS 2016 wOMEN'S vOLLEYBALL YEAR IN REVIEW

The Dominican University women's volleyball team finished third in the NACC regular season despite playing the 17th toughest schedule in the country. The Stars appeared in the NACC Tournament for the ninth straight season, advancing to the conference semis for the eighth consecutive year.
Rosalyn Wyse | Senior | Greenville, Mich.

Senior Rosalyn Wyse paced the Stars 295 kills, averaging 2.54 kills per set to garner a spot on the All-NACC First Team. For the year, Wyse posted eight double-doubles.

Kendyl Todd | Junior | Crete, Ill.

Junior Kendyl Todd was named to the All-NACC First Team for the third time in three years as she knocked down 2.18 kills per set, tallying 248 kills for the season. Todd added to her point totals with a team-best 77 total blocks.

Audrey Wyse | Senior | Greenville, Mich.

Senior Audrey Wyse was a Second Team All-NACC selection at libero as she ranked second in the NACC with 505 total digs and 4.59 digs per set. Wyse collected double-digit digs in 25 of the 31 matches she appeared.

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