Junior middle blocker Erin Redd hit .349 this season, the fifth-highest single-season mark in school history.
Nov. 27, 2012
WALNUT CREEK, Calif. - Utah junior middle blocker Erin Redd earned All-Pac-12 Conference Honorable Mention recognition, the league office announced Tuesday.
Redd turned in a .349 hitting percentage this season, the fifth-highest mark for a single season in school history and is currently hitting .324 over her career, which would land her third on the school's career list.
"We are so excited and proud of Erin," Utah head coach Beth Launiere said. "To be recognized as one of the top players in the Pac-12 is a big honor. She established herself as a premier middle blocker in the best volleyball conference in the country."
Redd was also second on the team with 1.14 blocks per set to go along with 2.19 kills per set. Redd set a new school five-set match record with 13 block assists on Aug. 24 at Utah State. She also had 12 kills on 22 swings with just five errors for a .318 efficiency and three service errors to help the Utes pick up a five-set ret road win over the Aggies.
Redd is already ninth in school history with 368 block assists and needs just four more to pass Teresa McCabe (371 from 1991-94) for seventh. She owns 391 career total blocks and needs just six more to overtake Karolina Bartkowiak (396 from 2007-10) for 10th place in the school record book. She needs just nine more total blocks to become the 10th member of Utah's 400-block club.
Redd has totaled 820 career kills and needs 180 more to become the 14th member of Utah's 1,000-kill club.
The Spanish Fork, Utah native tied her season high with 13 kills on 26 attempts with four miscues for a .346 clip in addition to seven blocks on Nov. 4 at Washington State.