Two individuals from the Case Western Reserve University volleyball team have earned spots on the 2019 All-University Athletic Association Volleyball Team, announced by the league office on Wednesday.
Kaminski finished second on the team with a .305 hitting percentage. She ranked third with 247 kills (2.17 per set) and second with 68 total blocks (including 14 solo). Kaminski also added 247 digs and 21 service aces during the season. Over her career, she has recorded a .316 hitting percentage which currently ranks second in program history.
Lemon finished the regular season with a .145 hitting percentage, and led the team with 297 kills (2.65 per set). She also ranked second on the squad with 381 digs (3.40 per set) and tied for first with senior Faith Ellis in service aces (24). Over her four years as a Spartan, Lemon has totaled 1,183 kills (3.05 per set) and 1,099 digs (2.83 per set). She becomes just the sixth players in the program's history to have reached 1,000 kills and digs in a career. In addition, her 1,183 career kills ranks sixth in the program's history.
Kaminski was named All-UAA honorable mention in 2017 and 2018, while Lemon earned All-UAA First Team honors in 2017.
The Spartans finished the regular season with a 13-16 overall record and finished in fifth-place at the UAA Championships.