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For the week of December 4 - 10, 2002


Price is Cascade’s 
top player

College volleyball

Kristyn Price of Bellevue led a group of three Albertson College volleyball players who earned post-season awards following the 17-14 finish during the 2002 season.

Price, who holds multiple single-game, single-season, and career records for Albertson, was named Cascade Conference Player-of-the-Year.

She led the CCC in attack percentage (.347), despite having nearly 200 more kills than anyone else in the league.

A four-time All-CCC outside hitter who excelled in volleyball at Hailey’s Wood River High School, Price is the first Coyote volleyball player to ever earn the Player-of-the-Year honor.

The senior from Bellevue led the league in kills per game, although the ‘Yotes played perhaps the most difficult schedule in the league. She set a new school record by averaging 5.16 kills per game.

Her final career numbers were 2,061 kills, 1,600 digs and 221 service aces. She finished with 109 double-figure kill matches—ranking Price sixth in NAIA history. She is second in NAIA annals with 35 matches with at least 20 kills.

Regional honors will be released later this week, with the All-American and All-American Scholar-Athlete teams to be announced in December.




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