Division IIPLAYER OF THE YEAR
MB - Alexa Dreyer, Archbishop Mitty (San Jose), 6-4 SR
Named the top player in one of the toughest leagues either side of the Mississippi, Dreyer led Mitty to another state title with 286 kills (3.0), 26 aces (92 percent) and 61 blocks. Also named a MaxPreps All-American, Dreyer will attend UCLA.
MB - Jordyn Griggs, King (Riverside), 6-2 SR
Griggs helped the Wolves to an appearance in the section semifinals. She had 115 blocks (86 solo) and 281 kills while hitting at a .431 clip. MB - Lindsey Calvin, Central Valley Christian (Visalia), 6-1 SR
Calvin, who has signed with St. Mary's, led CVC to its first D-II Central Section title. She hit a section-high .418 for the second year in a row with 356 kills, 84 blocks, 85 aces and 92 percent serving.MH - Destiny Julye, Tehachapi, 5-11 SR
Headed to Washington, Julye was the Bakersfield Californian's Player of the Year after leading the Warriors to a 26-win season. A six-rotation player, she averaged 4.5 kills and two digs per set.OH - Taylor Slover, Tulare Union, 6-2 SR
The East Yosemite League MVP, Slover finished with 422 kills (.368 percentage), 79 aces, 146 blocks and 304 digs. She is headed to Fresno State to continue her volleyball career.
OH - Erin Hamand, Paloma Valley (Menifee), 6-2 SR
Hamand led the Wildcats with 381 kills (5.3), 307 digs and also was the squad's leading serve receiver. Hamand, who has signed with Colorado School of Mines, set more than a dozen program records.OH - Lexi Sun, Santa Fe Christian (Solana Beach), 6-2 SO
Sun was named to the San Diego Union Tribune's All-Area Team after averaging five kills and 3.5 digs per set. She was also named to the MaxPreps Underclass All-American team.OH - Bailey Osborn, Redwood (Larkspur), 5-11 SR
Osborn, who has signed with San Diego, led Redwood to a 33-win season as she compiled 82 aces, 363 kills and 301 digs. She was the MCL MVP.OH - Carmen Annevelink, Los Altos, 6-3 SR
Annevelink led the Eagles to a 34-7 record and deep playoff run with big numbers: 5.6 kills per set, 65 aces, 218 digs and 360 serve receptions. She will attend California.OH - Veronica Nederend, Central Valley Christian (Visalia), 5-10 SR
Nederend, a six-rotation player, accumulated 370 kills, 32 blocks, 164 digs and serve received a 2.1 on her way to co-Conference Player of the Year honors with Calvin. A 93 percent server, she has signed with Loyola Marymount.OH - Gretchen Cash, Bishop's (La Jolla), 6-0 SR
Cash played her best in big games as Bishop's won 32 matches.OH - Lily Justine, Pleasant Valley (Chico), 5-10 JR
Justine was named the Northern Section's MVP after collecting 355 kills as the Vikings went 32-6.S - Lauren Speckman, Archbishop Mitty (San Jose), 5-9 JR
A first-team all-WCAL selection, Speckman, a U.S. youth national team player last summer, averaged nearly six assists per set for a Mitty team that won CCS, Northern California and state D-II championships while finishing 37-3.S - Kori Kutsch, South (Torrance), 5-8 SR
Kutsch, who earned MaxPreps All-American honors, was the quarterback on the state's No. 2 D-II team as she dished out 1,298 assists (11.6) and recorded 438 digs (4.0) and served 52 aces.S - Joyce Christiansen-Salameh, Los Altos, 5-7 SR
Christiansen-Salameh was one of the state's most prolific setters, dishing out 1,233 assists (10.8) as Los Altos went 34-7 and deep into the postseason.L - Sarah Johnson, Mayfield (Pasadena), 5-7 JR
Johnson led the co-Prep League champions in several categories. She led the Cubs in kills with 152 and in digs with 428. She averaged more than 23 digs per match. Johnson also led Mayfield with 38 aces.
A-A - Lexi Resch, Arcadia, 5-9 SR
Led by Resch, the Pasadena Star-News' Player of the Year, the Apaches advanced to the CIF-SS D-2A semifinals for the first time in more than a decade. A-A - Kate Swanson, Bishop's (La Jolla), 5-10 SR
Swanson served 92 percent, and averaged 5.5 digs and 5.9 serve receptions per set, as Bishop's won 32 matches. She was an Under Armour First team All-American and will play at Yale.A-A - Mary Lake, Palm Springs, 5-7 SR
Lake was named the D-2A Player of the Year after guiding the Indians to a CIF title and 26 wins as she assisted on 614 plays (6.7), 386 digs (4.1) and recorded 58 aces. She also averaged two kills per set.