Related: USA South Release
ROME, Ga. -- Covenant volleyball senior Emily Moore was named to the All-USA South West Division second team and was the Scots' representative on the All-Sportsmanship team, as the conference released its season awards on Thursday.
All awards are voted on by the volleyball coach at each institution. The divisional team voting is completed only by those coaches in the particular division. The all-conference and individual award voting is completed by all coaches.
Moore, a senior from Fort Myers, Fla., flourished in her final season as a Scot and earns a second straight All-West Division honor. The senior tallied a team-best, and career-high, 411 digs (4.15 per set) on the year to go with 165 assists and 31 service aces. In USA South play alone, Moore averaged 4.39 digs per set and 0.49 aces per set, which ranked 11th in the conference.
Moore had seven matches with 20-plus digs and tied a single-match program record with 39 digs in a USA South Tournament first round win over Piedmont on Tuesday. In her career, Moore totaled 1,397 digs, which now ranks sixth all-time in program history.
The All-Sportsmanship selection for Moore was the first of her career.
Huntingdon's Amy Tyma earned USA South Player of the Year, while Lauren Montren of Averett was the Rookie of the Year and Meredith's Lauren Phillips was the Libero of the Year. Maryville head coach Kandis Schram was recognized as the Coach of the Year.
Covenant finished the season with an 11-18 record and 9-5 in the USA South.
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