GREENWOOD, Ind. — Four Penn State Altoona women’s volleyball student-athletes were recognized for their success in the classroom on Tuesday, Dec. 12, when the College Sports Communicators (CSC) organization announced its Academic All-District women’s volleyball teams.
To be eligible for a spot on the Academic All-District team, student-athletes must meet certain academic and athletic requirements. Academically, student-athletes must be at least sophomores while holding cumulative grade-point averages of 3.5 or higher. Athletically, players must be starters or key reserves who have played in at least 90% of their team’s sets or have been a starter in at least two-thirds of their team’s matches. Nominators could submit up to six qualified student-athletes per team.
Four Penn State Altoona women’s volleyball student-athletes were named to the CSC’s NCAA Division III Academic All-District team:
- Libero Anna Batrus, of Altoona, majoring in business management and marketing.
- Outside/right side hitter Karlie Feathers, of Bellwood, majoring in elementary and early childhood education.
- Middle blocker Taylor Myers, of Morrisdale, majoring in nursing.
- Middle blocker Makenna Port, of Bellefonte, majoring in education.