In the final volleyball All-Americans list, we detail the best players in the nation sorted by class. It starts with the juniors, and each subsequent page will have the next-younger group.Junior Player of the Year: Mikaela Foecke
Foecke's 2013 couldn't have been much better. The junior standout for Holy Trinity Catholic (Fort Madison, Iowa)
can add MaxPreps Junior Volleyball Player of the Year to her long list of achievements.
Foecke, a 6-foot-3 junior middle hitter, averaged 6.08 kills per set while helping her team to a Class 1A state runner-up finish. The Warriors won 46 of 51 matches.
Foecke was named the Iowa Coaches Association's Player of the Year and 1A Player of the Year, and was also named to the Des Moines Register's Elite All-State Team and won Iowa's Gatorade State Volleyball Player of the Year honors.
She also played on a USA Volleyball team that participated in the FIVB Volleyball Under-18 world championships in Thailand during the summer.
MaxPreps Junior Volleyball All-AmericansOH - Katherine Carlson - Notre Dame Prep (Pontiac, Mich.), 5-10
Carlson finished the year with a nation-leading 1,001 kills and led the Fighting Irish to the State B title and a 62-2-1 record. Carlson, the MaxPreps Sophomore of the Year in 2012, also recorded 70 aces, 50 blocks, 388 digs and had 455 serve receptions.OH - Beth Prince - Avon (Ind.), 6-3
A three-time all-state player, Prince led Avon to another state title with 447 kills, 61 blocks and 154 digs.OH - Courtney Furlong - Oviedo (Fla.), 6-1
Behind Furlong's 600 kills, 318 digs, 41 aces and 55 blocks, the Lions won Florida's 7A state title. She was named to the Orlando Sentinel's All-Central Volleyball Team.
OH - Carly Skjodt - Carmel (Ind.), 6-0
All-State Team pick Skjodt led Carmel to a 37-2 record and the state finals. She recorded 565 kills (5.6 average), 62 blocks, 448 digs and 279 serves.OH - Haley DeSales - La Salle (Pasadena, Calif.), 6-0
DeSales led LaSalle to a 32-6 season with 634 kills (5.4 average), 55 aces, 89 blocks and 438 digs. She was honored as the area's top volleyball player for the second year in a row.OH - Briana Weber - Dike-New Hartford (Dike, Iowa), 5-10
Weber was Iowa's 2A Player of the Year for the third-straight year after leading her team to the 2A title. Weber led team with 4.5 kills per set while hitting .420. She also served 96 percent with 46 aces and led the Wolverines with 2.54 digs per set.OH - Ryann DeJarld - Mother McAuley (Chicago), 5-10
DeJarld led the Macs to a 40-2 record and the large school state title. She was all-GCAC and named to the Chicago SunTimes All Area team. She was the top player on the Nation's No. 8 team with 197 kills, 265 digs and 72 aces.OH - Taylor Lord - Musselman (Inwood, W. Va.), 5-9
Lord led Musselman to a 44-6 record and the Class AAA state championship. She was also the Gatorade State Player of the Year as named by the West Virginia Sports Writers Association. Lord amassed 577 kills, compiling a .329 hitting percentage and .458 kill percentage to go along with 471 service receptions, 315 digs, 31 service aces and 27 blocks.OH - Alexa Smith - Lewis-Palmer (Monument, Colo.), 6-1
Smith led Lewis-Palmer to a 27-2 record and the 4A state title with a per-set kill average of 5.1, 50 aces, 31 blocks and 236 digs. MH - Anna Walsh - Heritage (Colleyville, Texas), 6-2
Walsh was the Ft. Worth Star-Telegram, Dallas Morning News and SportsDay pick for the 2013 Texas Player of the Year. She finished the season with 600 kills on 1,233 attacks and was a .366 hitter. Defensively, Walsh added 50 blocks and 422 digs as Heritage went deep in the playoffs and finished 43-6.S - Kiley Lingenfelter - New Castle (Ind.), 5-6
In 103 sets, Lingenfelter totaled 1,082 assists (10.5 average) and had 116 digs as New Castle won 28 of 32 matches.
S - Kylie Pickrell - Coppell (Texas), 5-11
Pickrell led Coppell to a 42-5 record with 99 kills, 43 aces (93 percent serving), 47 blocks, 10.6 assists per match (1,404 total) and 410 digs.S - Olivia Brodt - Barnstable (Hyannis, Mass.), 5-9
Brodt recorded 772 assists in leading the Red Raiders to a perfect season and the state large school championship.S - Samantha Seliger-Swenson - Hopkins (Minnetonka, Minn.), 6-0
Named all-state and all-metro first-team for the second year in row, Seliger-Swenson had 1,123 assists, 255 digs and 194 kills this season. L - Riley Sents - Grundy Center (Iowa), 5-5
Sents had 818 digs and was a 95 percent server and committed just 14 errors on 610 serve receptions. With Sents leading the defense, Grundy reached the state 2A quarterfinals.DS/S - Jewls (Alyssa) Tavera - La Salle (Pasadena, Calif.), 5-7
Tavera, who was named to the All-Southern Section team, totaled 1,264 assists and added 309 digs as LaSalle won 32 matches.L - Amber MacDonald - Blessed Trinity (Roswell, Ga.), 5-4
MacDonald led the Titans to the state finals and a 59-win season with 787 digs, 94 aces (624 serves) and had 940 serve receptions. A-A - Alyssa Enneking - Clear Falls (League City, Texas), 5-11
Enneking led Clear Falls to a 40-7 record and the state 5A semifinals. She was one of the state's best hitters with 900 kills, 598 digs, 50 blocks and 566 serve receptions.A-A - Katie Kampen - Mt. Carmel (New Orleans), 5-11
A powerful outside hitter, Kampen recorded 598 kills, 478 digs, 85 blocks and 76 service aces while posting a hitting percentage of .400 and a kill percentage of .480 this past season. She led the Cubs (44-4) to the D1 state finals. A two-time Times-Picayune Large Schools Player of the Year, Kampen is also a two-time State Division I Player of the Year and the state's Gatorade Player of the Year.