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USD Star Honored

 Junior outside hitter Kendall Kritenbrink of USD was named Summit League Volleyball Player of the Year.She was one of three Coyotes to gain All-Summit League honors during the league’s annual volleyball banquet on Thursday night.

Kritenbrink is the first Coyote to earn the honor. She led the league with 521 kills this season, which is ninth most in league history. She also led the league and ranks fifth in the nation in points per set (5.41), and was second in the league and ranks ninth in the nation in kills per set (4.65).

Kritenbrink, Tori Kroll and Kelsey Biltoft all earned All-Summit League honors.  Only IUPUI (four) had more All-Summit League honorees than South Dakota.

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