COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (November 14, 2017) – Colorado State University-Pueblo Volleyball senior Caitlin Broadwell received an Honorable Mention All-Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference nod in the RMAC's annual postseason awards release revealed Tuesday.
After earning Second Team All-RMAC accolades in 2016, Broadwell (Lawrence, Kan.)became the 15th player in Pack Volleyball history to achieve an All-RMAC recognition twice in her career. Broadwell is also the first Pack student-athlete to earn All-RMAC and Academic All-RMAC honors in the same season since Caitlyn Jewell in 2007. She is the 17th player to be named All-RMAC and Academic All-RMAC in the same season.
With 313 kills, Broadwell led the Pack offensively this season. Her 3.48 kills per set ranked sixth in the RMAC and also stands as the sixth-highest single-season average in program history.
Broadwell finishes her career with 2.95 kills per set, eighth most in program history. Her 2,633 attack attempts are good for ninth most in CSU-Pueblo history. Broadwell's 8.75 attacks per set are eight-most by a ThunderWolf.
In 2017, Broadwell recorded five double-doubles. She totaled 10 in her career.
As a senior, Broadwell set career-highs in virtually every category. She established career-bests with 12 service aces,2.11 digs per set, and 0.41 blocks per set.
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As a member of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference, Colorado State University – Pueblo competes in 22 varsity sports in NCAA Division II intercollegiate athletics