Mead Named AVCA All-American

Dec. 14, 2011

SAN ANTONIO, Texas – For the third straight year, junior Monique Mead has been named an American Volleyball Coaches Association honorable mention All-American.

Mead earned the honor after being named to the AVCA All-East Region team earlier this season.

Mead recorded 588 kills in 2011 for a 5.03 kills/set average which leads the ACC and is second in the nation. She has also tallied 5.70 points/set which is also atop the ACC and second in the country.

In 2011, Mead recorded 11 double-doubles, 14 matches with at least 20 kills, and netted double figure kills in every match. She also averaged 2.56 digs/set and 0.79 blocks.

In the final game of her junior season she moved into second place on the single season kills list passing Lynette Moster’s 585 kills recorded in 2004. Mead also cracked the top-10 in the career kills category at NC State and at the end of the season sits in eighth place with 1,459 total kills during her three year career on the Flats.

Mead has also earned Atlantic Coast Conference All-ACC Accolades in 2011.

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