La Roche College Volleyball's success did not go unnoticed in this year's AMCC All-Conference voting. The Redhawks placed three on the AMCC All-Conference Team. Laura Nath and Hannah Scott were named to the All-Conference First Team and Sarah Storino to the All-Conference Third Team.
Nath and Scott are no strangers to the All-Conference Team. Nath is now a 4-time AMCC All-Conference performer and Scott a 3-time AMCC All-Conference performer.
Nath finished the season ranked second in the AMCC in kills per set (3.53) and third in kills (328). She was also a valuable part of the Redhawks' backline, ranking eleventh in the AMCC in digs (311) and twelfth in digs per set (3.34).
Nath enjoyed a tremendous career at La Roche. She led the AMCC in kills and kills per set twice and ranked fourteenth in the nation in kills in 2016. She is one of only a few Redhawks to register both 1000 career kills and 1000 career digs.
Scott led the AMCC in digs per set for the third consecutive season, averaging 6.14 digs in 2018. She also finished second in the AMCC in digs with 594.
Scott has ranked among the best defensive players in the country over her three collegiate seasons. She ranked third in the nation in digs per set in 2016, sixth in 2017, and seventh this season.
Storino earns a well-deserved spot on the AMCC All-Conference Team. She has ranked among the conference's leader in serving aces and assists in all four of her seasons. This year, Storino ranked second in the AMCC in serving aces (45) and fourth in assists (500). She closes her career with 1918 assists and 148 serving aces.
Storino was also named to the AMCC All-Tournament Team.