Walnut Ridge, Ark.) - Williams Baptist College volleyball players Laura Jardeen-Rhein and Stephanie Hart-Reynolds have received All-American Midwest Conference honors, and six Lady Eagles were named to the academic all-conference squad.
Jardeen-Rhein was voted a first team All-AMC selection, while Hart-Reynolds was picked for the honorable mention squad. Players were selected by a vote of conference coaches.
Jardeen-Rhein, a senior libero, is originally from Piggott, Ark. She accumulated 859 digs this season, the third highest in NAIA Division I. Her 6.18 digs per game ranked seventh in the country. She is married to Blake Rhein, and she is the daughter of Kim Coyle of Piggott.
Hart-Reynolds, a senior middle blocker, is from Morrilton, Ark. She had 356 kills and 77 blocks for the Lady Eagles this year. She is married to David Reynolds, and she is the daughter of Allen & Carol Hart of Morrilton.
The AMC also named Jenny Eubank, Katie Gramlich, Stephanie Hart-Reynolds, Jodi Stepp, Casey Jo Schatzley and Caitlin Wakefield to the academic all-conference team.
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