LOCK HAVEN, Pa. – Conneaut Area High School graduate Cassidy Snider was one of four Clarion Golden Eagles to earn all-PSAC honors.
Setter London Fuller became the fourth player in program history to earn PSAC West Athlete of the Year honors. She was joined by Snider and fellow outside hitter Julia Piccolino, both all-conference selections from a year ago. Lauren Aichinger earned the first all-conference honors of her career as well, landing a spot on the PSAC West Second Team.
Snider – a 2021 AVCA Honorable Mention All-American and First Team All-PSAC West selection – has continued to grow as a dominant offensive force not just in the conference but in the nation. The sophomore battled early season injuries to lead the Golden Eagles in kills average, clocking in with a pace of 4.13 kills per set that ranks 14th in the country. Not just a volume attacker, Snider has been efficient offensively with a .300 attack percentage, and she also has seven kill-dig double-doubles on the year.
Erica Selfridge, a sophomore outside hitter and Clarion High School graduate earned second-team all-conference recognition. She is the first Rock athlete to receive all-conference honors since Erinn Kahoe and Shayla Ray in 2018 and the first SRU outside hitter to do so since Sarah Cadwallader in 2012.
After enjoying a solid freshman campaign in 2021, Selfridge had a breakout season as a sophomore this year. She started all 30 matches and closed the year with 275 kills on a .181 attack percentage to go with 347 digs, 33 aces, and 27 blocks.
Selfridge finished the year leading SRU in total kills and kills per set (2.62) while ranking second in aces, second in digs, and third in attack percentage. Inside the PSAC West, she ranked ninth in kills per set and seventh in digs per set (3.30).
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