Seniors Jazzlyn Kenner and Leigha Reynolds were named to the USA South West Division teams as announced by the conference office. Kenner was a first team selection for the second straight year and Reynolds was on the second team. Fellow senior Samantha James was LC's representative on the All-Sportsmanship team.
Kenner had a team-high 273 kills and .311 attack percentage. She led the team and the USA South in block solos (38), total blocks (105), and blocks per set (1.07). The 105 total blocks was the 10th most in a season in the program's history. Kenner has three of the top 10 seasons in blocks per set, the 1.07 this season is tied for the eighth most. She had a career high 22 kills against Piedmont on Oct. 26. In the same match, she tied her career-high with nine total blocks. For her LC career, Kenner was sixth in kills (900), fourth in kills per set (2.79), tied for fifth in attack percentage (.280), second in total blocks (381), and fifth in blocks per set (0.97).
Reynolds, who transferred to LC last season, was second to Kenner with 242 kills. She led the team with 298 digs and and in service aces for the second straight year with 22. She had eight double-doubles during the season and had double figures in digs in 15 matches. Reynolds had her LC career high of 20 kills at Huntingdon on Oct. 9. She had a season-high 21 digs against Centre on Sept. 14 and again against Berea in the first round of the USA South Tournament on Nov. 5. In two years with the Panthers, Reynolds had 371 kills, 475 digs, and 53 service aces.
James had 52 kills and 167 digs in 19 matches this season. She had a career-high 20 digs against Covenant on Oct. 5 and a season-high 13 kills and .333 attack percentage against Berea on Nov. 2 in the final regular season match.