November 7, 2012

Johns Hopkins' Jasmine Warmington Headlines All-Conference Volleyball Team

Complete All-Conference team

Jasmine Warmington, Johns Hopkins

First Team

Pos / Name / Class / Hometown / High School
H-Jasmine Warmington, Johns Hopkins, Fr, Ontario, CA / St. Lucy's Priory
H-Kat Montemurro, Swarthmore (A), Sr, Bogota, NJ / Bergen County Academics
H-Meg O'Day, Haverford, Fr, Fort Thomas, KY / Newport Central Catholic
H-Sydney Seydel, Franklin & Marshall, Sr, Bonita, CA / Bonita
H-Candice Tussing, Franklin & Marshall, Sr, Fairfax, VA / James W. Robinson
S-Allison Coleman, Swarthmore (A) #, Sr, Palo Alto, CA / Palo Alto
L-Katie Wilson, Gettysburg, Sr, Gaithersburg, MD / Covenant Life

Second Team

Pos / Name / Class / Hometown / High School
H-Cydney Bracken, Gettysburg #, So, Austin, TX / Hyde Park Baptist
H-Katherine Boll, Muhlenberg, Fr, Naples, FL / Seacrest Country Day School
S-Caroline Hubbard, Franklin & Marshall (A) %, So, Baton Rouge, LA / Western Reserve Academy, OH
H-Katie Schwarz, Johns Hopkins (A), So, Londonderry, NH / Londonderry
H-Annie McShea, McDaniel, Sr, Frederick, MD / Gov. Thomas Johnson
H-Kristin Lee, Washington College, Fr, Dayton, MD / River Hill
L-Amelia Thomas, Johns Hopkins (A), Sr, Baltimore, MD / Towson
L-Chelsea Kaser, Muhlenberg, Fr, Ashburn, VA / Briar Woods

Honorable Mention

Pos / Name / Class / Hometown / High School
H-Rachel Ofili, Bryn Mawr, Fr, Eagle Rock, CA / Pasadena
H-Keri Godbe, Haverford, Fr, Rapid City, SD / Stevens
H-Julie Harvey, Franklin & Marshall *, So, Horsham, PA / Hatboro-Horsham
H-Emily Smith, Dickinson, Fr, Victor, NY / Victor
H-Emily Mills, Haverford, Sr, Denver, CO / Colorado Academy

*   1st team All-Centennial in 2011
#   2nd team All-Centennial in 2011
%  Honorable Mention All-Centennial in 2011
(A) Named to 2012 Centennial Academic Honor Roll 

Player of the Year – Jasmine Warmington, Johns Hopkins, Fr, H
Rookie of the Year –
Jasmine Warmington, Johns Hopkins, Fr, H
Coach of the Year
– Mary Kate Boland, Franklin & Marshall

 

Notes

  • Warmington is the third Johns Hopkins player in Conference history to earn Player of the Year honors, following in the footsteps of Mary Alexis Paul (2000) and Katie O'Callaghan (2005). She is also the second freshman to be recognized as Player of the Year.
  • Warmington, a unanimous selection and the Conference Rookie of the Year, and O'Day are the 10th and 11th freshmen to be named to the All-Centennial first team.
  • Eight of the 20 players on the All-Centennial teams are freshmen.
  • Gettysburg has 32 first-team selections since 1993, while Franklin & Marshall has 27 selections to the first unit.  Johns Hopkins is third (21), followed by Haverford (18), Muhlenberg (11), McDaniel (8), Swarthmore (6), Dickinson (4), Bryn Mawr (2), and Washington College (1).