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Utah Volleyball Places Four On Academic All-District List

Utah Volleyball Places Four On Academic All-District List

Salt Lake City – University of Utah volleyball players Kamry Bailey, Viktoria Wahlgren, Allie Olsen and Emily Smith have been named College Sports Communicators Academic All-District selections. This is the second year in a row that the Utes have placed four student-athletes on the Academic All-District list. For Bailey, Olsen, and Smith it is their second year in a row to earn this award.

Bailey adds her second CSC Academic All-District honor to her collection. The biomedical engineering major has maintained a 4.00 grade point average throughout her three seasons. Bailey started 21 of 30 matches, appearing in 115 sets throughout the season. The outside hitter put down double-digit kills in seven matches on the season, with a season-high 17 kills against Oregon State.

Olsen appears on the CSC Academic All-District list for the second time in two seasons. The starting middle blocker for the Utes posted the team-high hitting percentage with a .346 clip. Olsen started 29 of 30 matches for Utah, making an appearance in all 117 sets. With a focus on early childhood education, Olsen has been a Pac-12 Fall Academic Honor Roll honoree and Dean’s List member.


Smith, a two-time Pac-12 Academic Honor Roll selection and now two-time CSC Academic All-District recipient, is completing her biomedical engineering degree this year. Smith was a threat from the service line with 25 aces on the season. Appearing in all 30 matches for the Utes including 113 sets played. Smith tallied a season-high 20 digs in one of her final home weekends of her career against Washington.

Wahlgren started all 30 matches for the Utes, playing 110 of 117 total sets on the season. A kinesiology major, she has received Pac-12 Fall Academic Honor Roll and Den’s List honors. She posted four double-doubles on the season, averaging 9.13 assists per set. Wahlgren posted a season-high 51 assists on the road at Washington along with a season-high six service aces at UCLA. She would also lead the team with 38 service aces on the season.

To be eligible for the CSC (formerly CoSIDA) All-District Team, student-athletes must have a cumulative GPA of 3.5 or higher and must be a starter or key reserve. Additionally, they must have completed at least one full calendar year at their current institution.


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