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Sarah Baugh and Sierra Nobley of the Boise State Bronco Volleyball Team Earn Honorable Mention All-America

Baugh and Nobley become the 2nd and 3rd Bronco All-Americans in program history.

BOISE, Idaho--Senior Sarah Baugh and sophomore Sierra Nobley earned honorable mention All-America recognition, the American Volleyball Coaches Association announced today.

Baugh and Nobley are the second and third players in program history to earn the honor, joining Liz Harden from the 2012 team.  It is the first time that two players have been honored in the same season.  Boise State enjoyed arguably its best season in school history, going 23-7 this year, including wins in 15 of their last 16 matches.

Both players were named All-Mountain West Conference.  Baugh was third in the nation with 12.17 assists per set this season, and ranks fourth in career assists.  Baugh set up the Broncos to lead the nation this year in kills per set.

Nobley finished 19th in the nation and set a school record with 513 kills this season, and she set another school mark with 4.75 kills per set, #6 in the country.  Nobley also scored 5.3 points per set, 8th in the nation and another school record.


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