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San Diego's Troost and Ferrari Earn AVCA All-Pacific Region Honors

Dec. 8, 2010

SAN DIEGO, Calif. - Senior right side Ali Troost and freshman middle hitter Chloe Ferrari of the University of San Diego women's volleyball team both earned AVCA All-Pacific Region honors. Troost was named to the first-team, while Ferrari was named an honorable mention.

Troost, the 2010 WCC Player of the Year, led the conference in kills per set (4.22) and ranked 22nd in the nation in kills with 384 this season. She also owned one of the top hitting percentages in the WCC with a .337 clip. Named the WCC Player of the Week five times this season, Troost was a pivotal part of San Diego's 13-1 record that brought the Toreros their seventh WCC Championship in program history. Overall, Troost led the Toreros in kills with 412 (4.20 kps), hit for a .322 clip and recorded 234 digs, while helping lead USD into the second round of the NCAA Tournament.

Ferrari, the 2010 WCC Freshman of the Year, made an immediate impact on the floor, ranking 12th in the nation in hitting percentage (.403) to top the conference's stat category and set the USD single-season record for hitting percentage. The 6-2 freshman also tallied 299 kills for the Toreros this year and ended the conference season with a 29-kill, nine block performance to earn the season's final WCC Player of the Week selection. Ferrari led the Toreros in kills with 16 in the final mat

Courtesy of USD Sports Information