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Morningside’s Gerber named to All-GPAC First Team | KRVN Radio

Morningside’s Gerber named to All-GPAC First Team

Morningside’s Gerber named to All-GPAC First Team

SIOUX CITY, IOWA – The accolades continue for Morningside as the GPAC announced its all-conference teams for volleyball Wednesday, Nov. 20.  The Mustangs made four appearances in the release, headlined by middle blocker Emma Gerber (SR/Worthington, MN) being named to the first team.

Gerber, a combined three-time all-league honoree with back-to-back first-team selections, ranks among the top ten in the conference in hitting percentage, turning in a .307 average, good for 291 kills and an average of 2.97 kills per set, both categories she ranks in the top 15 in.  Defensively, she ranks in the top 10 in blocks per set, averaging 1.1, and is among the top 15 of blocks with 103.

Kayla Harris (SO/Dakota City, NE) and Krista Zenk (JR/Le Mars, IA) were second-team selections and Caitlin Makovicka (JR/Ceresco, NE) was named honorable mention.

Zenk, an outside hitter, holds the number 16 spot in total kills in the conference, with 289, and averages 2.98 per set, good for the No. 9 spot on the conference leaderboard just ahead of Gerber. Harris, the Mustangs’ libero, ranks fifth in the conference in total digs with 502 and has averaged a conference-leading 5.12 digs per set. Makovicka, another outside hitter, has 168 kills this season, a mark that sits just outside of the top 50 in the GPAC.  She also has 44 blocks, which sits just inside the top 50.

View the entire release and conference standings at gpacsports.com.

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