Three KCC sophomores from Battle Creek earn postseason volleyball honors from the MCCAA

MCCAA postseason volleyball award winners Kameron Haley, Rose Tecumseh and Kirby Frodge.

Three Kellogg Community College women’s volleyball players have been honored with postseason athletic awards from the Michigan Community College Athletic Association.

The MCCAA’s 2018 Western Conference Volleyball Awards were announced in November. KCC award winners, all sophomores from Battle Creek, pictured above from left to right, include:

  • Kameron Haley (St. Philip Catholic Central High School), Second Team All-Conference. Haley led the Bruins in digs with 468 for the season, the 11th highest in the nation. Haley’s average of 5.38 digs per set was the eighth highest in the nation.
  • Rose Tecumseh (Lakeview High School), Honorable Mention All-Conference. Tecumseh led the Bruins in points (284) and in kills, with 233 over 87 sets, the 20th highest in the nation. She also placed in the top 20 in the nation for kills per set (14th with 2.68 per set), block assists (20th with 42) and points per set (15th with 3.3 per set).
  • Kirby Frodge (Calhoun Christian School), Honorable Mention All-Conference. Frodge had 225 kills and 259 digs, scoring 246.5 points for the Bruins over 87 sets (second only to Tecumseh). She ranked 16th in the nation in kills per set, with 2.59.

For more information about women’s volleyball at KCC, visit www.kellogg.edu/volleyball.

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