NEW KENSINGTON, Pa. - Sophomore Kaylea Flick (Murrysville, Pa./Franklin Regional) was honored by the United States Collegiate Athletic Association as a Division 2 Women's Volleyball All-American, the association announced recently. Flick is the first women's volleyball player in New Kensington history to garner all-American accolades.
Playing outside hitter for the first time in her career, Flick finished the season ranked fifth nationally in kills per set with 3.35 and tenth in points per set with 4.0. A Pennsylvania State University Athletic Conference honorable mention selection, Flick was ranked fourth in kills per set and seventh in points per set and total kills in the PSUAC.
The PSUAC recognized Flick as the Player of the Week on Oct. 2 after helping her team go 4-0 at the PSUAC Crossover Weekend. That week she averaged 4.16 kills per set, 2.63 digs per set, while hitting .216. In a 3-2 victory over Penn State Hazleton, Flick registered career highs of 19 kills and 26 digs while also serving up 5 aces.