This is the first CSC academic nod for both Sun Devils, but it is the second year in a row Arizona State has had two earning all-district honors. ASU has had at least one all-district honoree in each of the last three seasons.
Student-athletes that are at least a sophomore academically and athletically are eligible to be nominated when they have at least a 3.50 cumulative GPA, and for graduate students it must be 3.50 for both undergraduate and graduate. Additionally, they must compete in 90 percent of the set or must start in at least 66 percent of the institution’s total matches.
McLaughlin finished her collegiate career with her best season. After switching from outside hitter to middle blocker in the spring, she started all but one match this season. She was second on the team in total blocks with 109. She also surpassed 100 kills in a season for her first time, also with 109. She is graduating this December with a master’s in psychology.
In her first season as a Sun Devil, Shroll started every match at libero. She led the team in digs this season with 458 and had double-digit digs in 29 of the 35 matches. Additionally, she capped off the season with her best performance yet, collecting 30 digs in the NCAA Regional Semifinals match against Stanford, which was the most by any Sun Devil in a match this season. For her efforts, she was named to the Stanford All-Regional Team.Shroll is currently getting her master’s in business analytics.
Mary was next level ??
— Sun Devil Volleyball (@SunDevilVB) December 11, 2023