Sophomore | Outside Hitter | Hancock
Totaled 289 kills, 145 digs, 65 aces and 23 blocks for the Class III runner-up Lady Hawks.
Sophomore | Middle Blocker | Our Lady Academy
Recorded a state-high 650 kills with a 67.1 kill percentage, 55 blocks and 27 aces, leading Our Lady Academy to its fourth consecutive Class I championship.
Junior | Middle Hitter | Jackson Academy
Led Mississippi with 263 blocks along with 283 kills and 65 aces, helping the Lady Radiers achieve a 35-3 record and the MAIS championship.
Sophomore | Setter | Hancock
Among the best in the state with 905 assists, 215 kills, 138 digs, 127 aces and 84 blocks as she helped the Lady Hawks to a 25-11 record and runner-up finish in Class III.
Junior | Libero | Desoto Central
Finished second in the state with 489 digs and had 55 aces, leading the Lady Jaguars to a 32-6-1 record and back-to-back Class III championships.
Senior | Setter | Jackson Academy
Had 1,014 assists for the season, averaging 8.9 assists per set and recorded 912 kills for the MAIS champion Lady Raiders.
Sophomore | Outside Hitter | Lewisburg
Among the best in three categories, which included 312 kills, 278 digs and 90 aces, leading the Lady Patriots to the Class II state title.
Junior | Middle Blocker | Hancock
Had 292 kills, 201 digs, 94 blocks and 69 aces for the runner-up Lady Hawks in Class III.
Senior | Outside Hitter | Desoto Central
Recorded 258 kills at the net, 179 digs and served 73 aces for the two-time Class III champions.
Junior | Middle Blocker | Oak Grove
Had 138 kills, 67 blocks and 34 aces for the Lady Warriors, who reached the Class III semifinals.
Senior | Middle Blocker | Resurrection
Netted 427 kills and a 63.1 kill percentage to go along with 76 aces, 64 blocks and 52 digs, leading the Lady Eagles to a 28-5-1 record and Class I runner-up finish.
Junior | Outside Hitter | Oak Grove
Finished with 176 kills, 158 digs and 36 aces to lead the Lady Warriors to a 25-7 record and the Class III semifinals.
Sophomore | Outside Hitter | Oxford
One of Oxford’s most explosive offensive players, Freeze had 627 assists, 292 digs, 120 aces and 108 kills for the Lady Charges, who finished 28-9 and reached the Class II quarterfinals.
Freshman | Middle Blocker | Brandon
Recorded 272 digs, 227 kills, 108 blocks and 79 aces as the Lady Bulldogs finished 23-7 and made the Class III playoffs.
Junior | Outside Hitter | Lewisburg
Had 350 dogs, 224 kills, 58 aces and 33 blocks for the Class II champions.
Junior | Outside Hitter | Our Lady Academy
Posted 324 kills and a 58.5 kill percentage for the Class I champions.
Senior | Middle Blocker | Madison Central
Had 223 kills, 141 digs, 82 blocks and 40 aces for the Lady Jaguars, who finished 20-12 and reached the Class III playoffs.
Senior | Outside Hitter | Southaven
Totaled 363 digs, 235 kills, 51 blocks and 51 aces to lead the Lady Chargers to a 25-13 record and the Class III quarterfinals.
Junior | Middle Blocker | Center Hill
Totaled 150 kills, 26 aces, 40 blocks, 55 assists and 50 digs.
Senior | Middle Blocker | Corinth
Netted 398 kills and 182 blocks, leading Corinth to a 31-11 record and the Class II semifinals.
Senior | Middle Blocker | Lafayette
Had 301 kills, 146 aces and 104 blocks for the Lady Commodores, who finished 24-16 and reached the Class II quarterfinals.
Junior | Outside Hitter | Oxford
Posted 338 kills, 211 digs and 121 aces to lead the Lady Chargers to a 28-9 record and an appearance in the Class II quarterfinals.
Senior | Middle Blocker | Starkville
Had 255 digs, 168 kills and 53 blocks for the Lady Yellowjackets, who were 22-10 and made the Class III playoffs.
Senior | Libero | Tupelo
Had 365 digs, 86 aces and 82 kills for the Lady Golden Wave, which finished 31-11 and reached the Class III quarterfinals.
COACH OF THE YEAR
Mike Meyers, Our Lady Academy
The Lady Crescents extended their championship streak by capturing their fourth straight Class I title after defeating St. Andrew’s 23-25, 25-12, 25-17, 25-8. Meyers has been a major part of establishing Our Lady Academy’s volleyball dynasty. In 16 years with the program, the coach has won 10 titles. “This was a really special year in that we had come off of a three-year stint in which we won 120 matches and only lost 10 and graduated six girls from that team,” Meyers said. “So, basically, we were starting over this year. It took us several weeks during the beginning of the year to get going, but I am very proud of the way our girls worked hard and finished the season.”