Leading the league’s best team in many offensive categories, Hermann senior middle hitter Jamie Gleeson has earned the Four Rivers Conference player of the year award.
Gleeson, who had 372 kills, 45 service aces, 53 blocks and 186 digs heading into the Class 2 state tournament, proved to be one of the most feared hitters in the league this season.
Hermann won the FRC title, going unbeaten through the conference matches.
The Lady Bearcats finished one match ahead of New Haven, while the other schools split with each other.
Pacific was third with a 4-3 record.
Splitting fourth were Owensville, Sullivan and Union. Each finished 3-4 in the league.
St. Clair was seventh at 2-5 while St. James placed eighth at 0-7.
Joining Gleeson on the FRC first team are:
• Hermann senior setter Kali Stiers;
• New Haven senior outside hitter Rachel Steinhoff;
• Owensville sophomore middle hitter Hailey Diestelkamp;
• Pacific senior outside hitter Ashley Hill;
• New Haven junior middle hitter Taylor Covington;
• New Haven senior outside hitter Emily Kallmeyer;
• St. Clair junior outside hitter Allison Hinson; and
• Owensville senior outside hitter Grace Schlottach.
Making the honorable mention list are:
• Sullivan senior setter Demi Armstrong;
• Pacific sophomore setter Gabriella Sauvage;
• Union senior middle hitter Clare Stowe;
• Sullivan senior middle hitter Taylor Lucas;
• Hermann senior middle hitter Kirsten Leimkuehler;
• New Haven junior setter Mackenzy Vedder;
• Owensville senior setter Brittany Jahnsen;
• Union junior defensive specialist Emily Schroeder;
• Sullivan junior outside hitter Skylar Evans; and
• Union junior middle hitter Brooke Pope.
In the junior varsity standings, New Haven went undefeated at 7-0 to win the title.
Hermann was next at 5-2.
Owensville, Pacific and Sullivan tied at 4-3 while Union was 3-4.
St. Clair finished at 1-6 and St. James was 0-7.
In the freshman standings, Hermann won the league title at 6-0.
Owensville went 5-1.
New Haven and Sullivan each finished 3-3 while St. Clair and Union were 2-4. Pacific went 0-6.
St. James did not field a freshman volleyball team this season.