Kim Farris '14 Lands a Spot on All-NESCAC Second Team After Pacing Cardinals in Kills and Aces
Leading Wesleyan in both kills with 3.74 per set and aces at 0.57 per set, Kim Farris '14 (#2, photo by SteveMcLaughlinPhotography.com) was selected second-team all-NESCAC. Farris ranked third in the NESCAC for kills and second in aces while also finishing 10th in hitting efficiency with a .240 mark. She also averaged 0.43 blocks and 1.21 digs per set during Wesleyan's 8-15 campaign. In addition to her all-NESCASC laurels, Farris was a first-team CoSIDA/Capital One District II Academic All-American, combining her outstanding effort on the court with her stellar work in the classroom.
A four-year starter for the Cardinals at outside hitter, Farris racked up 883 career kills (2.50 per set) while playing 353 sets. She had a career .245 hitting percentage and 157 aces (0.44 per set).
With fellow seniors Kate Centofanti '14 and Monica Leslie '14 averaging 2.79 and 1.96 kills per set in 2013, the trio accounted for 78 percent of the Cardinals' kills this year. Leslie also paced the team in blocks with 54 while Centofanti was second in digs with 199.
Leading the squad in digs was Rachel Savage '17 from her libero position as she collected 308 (3.67 per set). The assists leader was Claire Larson '15 with 617, an average of 8.34 per set.