Senior Betsy Sedlak will go down as one of the greatest players in UC Davis volleyball history.
As one of just two seniors on a team that went 21-10 this season, Sedlak was hailed by her coach and her teammates as a vital team leader.
In just three years as an Aggie after transferring from Oregon, Sedlak set the UC Davis record for career attack percentage at .336 and tallied 393 career blocks, good for second in school history.
In 2011 Sedlak led the team with a .321 hitting percentage, while netting 261 kills and 124 blocks.
The Pleasanton, Calif. native took two Big West Conference Player of the Week awards this season, and her accomplishments netted her Big West first team recognition for the second year in a row.
— Trevor Cramer