Two Bruins have been selected for the 2021-22 CoSIDA Academic All-District 8 women’s volleyball teams (College Sports Information Directors of America), which was announced Thursday. External striker McMay was honored as a first-team selection and will qualify for the CoSIDA Academic All-America® vote. Libero Zoe Fleck was honored as a selection by a second team. The winners of the first, second and third Academic All-America® teams will be announced in mid-December. District 8 consists of schools located in Alaska, Arizona, California, Hawaii, Oregon, Utah, Washington, and Canada.
May earned a 3.41 GPA while earning a bachelor’s degree in sociology as a bachelor’s degree and currently maintains a 4.00 GPA as a graduate student, the next Master of Arts in Transformational Learning and Leadership by John Wooden (educational major). May was the winner of the second CoSIDA team for all American teams, as well as the winner of the first team award in all areas. May currently leads the Bruins and ranks second in the Pac-12 with 4.76 kills per set and is on the verge of leading the team in assassinations and points for the fourth consecutive season, which has never been done by a player in history. of the program. May’s 39 kills with a strike rate of .357 in Washington state (10/3) were the most of a Pac-12 and Power-5 player in a game this season, the second largest in the program’s history (after Natalie Williams, who was 43 in 1991) and was the sixth highest in a Pac-12 match of any player in the history of the conference. May has 65 homicides left to become the fourth Bruin to join the 2,000-man murder club at UCLA. No Bruin in the era of scoring points in a rally has ever achieved a feat.
Fleck, who holds a 3.56 GPA as a psychology major, has led the Bruins in 23 of 24 games this season and ranks fifth in the Pac-12 in set trials (4.03). Fleck led the Pac-12 on average with a three-point scale (2.33) and a four-point scale (2.60) with a minimum of 400 digging attempts. Fleck has recorded success in all 24 games this season and has scored four of 20 tricks, including 27 for the season against Washington State (10/29). Her other 20-match conference match also came against Washington state on October 3, when she dug 24 balls.