Jr., 5-5, Libero
Noteworthy: Springer showed out in 38 games for the Wildcats, finishing the year with a team-leading 526 digs and adding 63 aces.
Soph., 5-5, OH
Noteworthy: Briskey led the offensive attack for Saks, recording 289 kills and 253 digs. She added 23 aces and played 34 games.
Jr., 5-10, MH
Noteworthy: Flowers was potent in the Piedmont offensive attack. She finished the year with a team-high 300 kills, adding 36 aces and 39 blocks.
Sr., 5-8, Setter
Noteworthy: Roberts added a huge boost to the Bulldogs offense with her assists, recording 348 and adding 64 aces.
Sr., 5-6, OH
Noteworthy: Taylor led the offensive attack of White Plains. She finished the season with 322 kills and added 41 aces.
Soph., 5-5, Libero
Noteworthy: Helms played a big role as the Wildcats defensive specialist, recording 317 digs and adding 22 aces.
Jr., 6-1, MH
Noteworthy: Scott was the main offensive threat for Weaver. She finished the season with 197 kills and 34 blocks.
Soph., 5-5, OH
Noteworthy: Teague played a big role for Saks all over the court, recording 371 digs, 181 kills and 51 aces.
Sr., 5-8, MH
Noteworthy: Snellgrove played a huge part in White Plains’ offense, finishing the season with 306 kills. She added 22 aces.
Jr., 5-5, OH
Noteworthy: Thompson did plenty to help Piedmont offensively, recording 228 kills this season, adding 30 aces.
Jr., 5-7, MH
Noteworthy: Lewis was a force at the net, recording 142 kills and a team-leading 121 blocks on the year.
Soph., 5-2, MH
Noteworthy: Roberts did a little of everything for Piedmont, finishing the season with 89 digs, 78 kills, 60 assists and 35 aces.
Weaver — Hannah Pugh and Jazmyn Mosely; Saks — Baylee Snider.