🏐 Hill Named To All-Big 12 Second Team

IRVING, Texas – Kansas senior middle blocker Zoe Hill has been named to the All-Big 12 Second Team as announced by the conference office.

Hill was named Big 12 Defensive Player of the Week Nov. 11, and finished the Big 12 schedule with 94 kills and second on the team with 56 total blocks. She also ranked fifth in the conference in blocks per set (1.07) and finished the season with 91 blocks.

Hill tallied seven double-digit kill performances, which included a season-high 13 kills against South Carolina Sept. 7. The Houston, Texas native earned a season-best eight blocks twice, and finished the season with eight matches of five-or-more blocks.

The postseason Big 12 honor is the second of Hill’s career as she was named to the 2017 All-Big 12 Second Team. Hill finished her career at KU ranked seventh in career blocks (386) and fourth in career blocks per set (1.05).

All-Big 12 First Team
Hannah Lockin, Baylor, 6-1, Jr., S*
Yossiana Pressley, Baylor, 6-0, Jr., OH*
Shelly Stafford, Baylor, 6-2, Sr., MB*
Candelaria Herrera, Iowa State, 6-1, Jr., MB
Eleanor Holthaus, Iowa State, 6-1, So., RS
Ashlynn Dunbar, Oklahoma, 6-0, Gr., OH
Keyton Kinley, Oklahoma, 5-5, Jr., L*
Kylee McLaughlin, Oklahoma, 5-10, Jr., S
Sarah Sanders, Oklahoma, 6-4, Jr., OH
Brionne Butler, Texas, 6-4, So., MB*
Logan Eggleston, Texas, 6-2, So., OH*
Skylar Fields, Texas, 6-2, Fr., OPP*
Micaya White, Texas, 6-1, Sr., OH*
Emily Hill, Texas Tech, 6-1, Sr., OH

All-Big 12 Second Team
Kara McGhee, Baylor, 6-4, Fr., MB
Gia Milana, Baylor, 6-2, Sr., OH
Piper Mauck, Iowa State, 6-1, Jr., S
Avery Rhodes, Iowa State, 6-1, So., MB
Zoe Hill, Kansas, 5-11, Sr., MB
Peyton Williams, K-State, 6-4, Jr., MB
Paige Anderson, Oklahoma, 6-2 Jr., MB
Jhenna Gabriel, Texas, 5-8, So., S
Katie Clark, TCU, 6-3, So., OH
Katelyn Evans, West Virginia, 6-1, Sr., OH
Briana Lynch, West Virginia, 6-2, Jr., MB

All-Big 12 Rookie Team
Kara McGhee, Baylor, 6-4, MB*
Annie Hatch, Iowa State, 6-1, OH
Anna Dixon, K-State, 6-3, OH
Skylar Fields, Texas, 6-2, OPP*
Asjia O’Neal, Texas, 6-3, MB
Julia Adams, TCU, 6-3, OH