Volleyball Standout Lynnette Moster Earns AVCA All-America Honors

Dec. 19, 2002

Georgia Tech volleyball standout Lynnette Moster was named to the American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) second-team all-America team which was released Wednesday, becoming the first volleyball player in school history to earn all-America honors.

A native of Liberty, Ind., Moster garnered first-team all-Atlantic Coast Conference honors and AVCA all-South region honors. She led the Yellow Jackets in nearly every statistical category, including kills per game (5.20), digs per game (3.12) and service aces per game (.39). She recorded a .330 hitting percentage during the year while breaking the school record for kills in a season with 629.

Moster helped lead the Yellow Jackets to a school-record 33 wins and their second ACC Championship this year. Georgia Tech also advanced to the second round of the NCAA Tournament for the third time in school history.

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