Ciarra McNally was named to the All-MIAC volleyball team for a third consecutive season, it was announced Wednesday when the MIAC unveiled its post-season honors.
McNally played every set of the Cardinals’ 11 conference matches this season, delivering 135 kills (3.46 kps), while adding 98 digs, 14 blocks and 10 service aces.
McNally, who posted 331 kills as a sophomore in 2021 and added 346 kills a year ago as a junior, saved her best for last — uncorking a team- and conference-leading 424 kills in 30 overall matches this season, while also boasting a conference-best 1,320 attack attempts.
McNally delivered 10 or more kills in 27 of the team’s 30 matches — including a season-high 24 kills against UMN Morris on Sept. 2 — also finished second on the team with 291 digs and posted a single-season, career-high 15 kill-dig double-doubles.
With her ninth kill against Central-Iowa on Sept. 23, McNally became the 14th player in program history to reach 1,000 career kills. McNally closed out her illustrious career owning 1,183 kills, leaving her 11th all-time.