LEXINGTON, KY -- The Williams College trio of sophomore outside hitter Tori Jasuta (Manhattan Beach, CA) , junior setter Ryan Farley (La Jolla, CA) and senior middle blocker Raea Rasmussen have repeated as American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) All-Americans.
Jasuta, a First Team selection in 2013, was named to the Second Team this season, while Farley and Rasmussen were again accorded Honorable Mention laurels.
"It is a well-deserved honor for Tori to earn All-American honors for the second year in a row," said Eph head coach Christi Kelsey. "She has been the ultimate team player for our program and is just one great example of the 13 amazing people that are part of our volleyball family this season."
Kelsey also noted, "Ryan and Raea earning Honorable Mention All-American status for the second year in a row is awesome as well. We have so many great pieces and what a great run this has been for our entire team this season."
Previously Jasuta and Farley were repeat honorees as First Team AVCA All-Region selections, while Rasmussen collected Honorable Mention laurels for the second year in a row
This Jasuta became the first NESCAC player to win the conference's top individual honor in her first two years. With the coaches in NESCAC voting Jasuta the conference player of the year again this season, making her just one of three NESCAC players to win the award twice in a career.
Jasuta is the second Eph to win NESCAC Player of the Year twice, joining Robin Young '05 who was named in 2003 and 2004 and she is just the second to win in consecutive years.
Jasuta led NESCAC in kills per set this year with 3.85 and she tallied 385 kills on the year, second highest total in NESCAC. Jasuta's 3.53 digs per set is tied for ninth in NESCAC and her service aces per set at 0.56 is fourth in the NESCAC.
Jasuta was most recently named the Most Outstanding Player of the NCAA New England Regional Tournament hosted by the Ephs.
Ryan Farley led NESCAC in assists per set at 9.93 and she has registered 54 service aces, fifth best in NESCAC and she was named to the NCAA New England Regional All-Tournament Team.
Farley's court sense and setting ability has helped the Ephs compile a league best 12.59 kills per set and a team hitting percentage of .231. Farley ranks eighth in NESCAC in service aces per set with 0.51
Rasmussen ranks 4th in hitting percentage in NESCAC at .295, 13th in NESCAC in kills per set with 2.03, and 15th in blocks per set 0.63.
Friday at 3:00 PM this Eph trio and team will play Emory University in a national quarterfinal contest in the NCAA Division III Tournament being hosted by Christopher Newport University in Newport News, VA.