Volleyball places three on the All Pac-10 team
TEMPE, Ariz. - Three members of the 2007 Sun Devil Volleyball Team were honored for their efforts this season as Sydney Donahue, Margie Giordano and Sarah Reaves were all given an honorable mention by the Pac-10.
Sydney Donahue, a senior libero from Manhattan Beach, Calif. wrapped her senior year in an outstanding fashion as she is now the current holder of not only the Pac-10 single season record in digs (742), but also the career digs leader in the Pac-10 with 2,385. She led the Pac-10 the entire season in digs this year with a 6.27 average per game, good for sixth nationally as well. She leaves ASU with every possible record should could hold in her position in ASU and Pac-10 history. The honorable mention is her third in her career.
Margie Giordano, a junior outside hitter from Glendale, Ariz. finished the season with a 3.51 kills per game average on the year as well as a 2.64 average for digs per game to help lead the Sun Devil offense. The award is her second Pac-10 honor.
Sarah Reaves, a freshman outside hitter from Glendale, Ariz. had a huge rookie campaign in 2007 as she led the Sun Devil offense with a 4.14 kills per game average and 2.48 digs per game average. Her 28 kills against #21 Oregon on September 27 not only bested an ASU freshman record of kills in a match, but an all-time ASU record, bettering Juliana Escobar's 27 against Oregon on October 18, 2002. Her stats on the season helped her lead all other Pac-10 freshman in kills per game and place her in NCAA standings. In addition to the honorable mention, Sarah was also named to the 2007 Pac-10 All-Freshman Team.