Tech’s Masha Korol receives All-American nod

Tech’s Masha Korol receives All-American nod
Montana Tech's Masha Korol gets read to go up for block during the Orediggers' Oct. 31 win over Carroll College at the HPER Complex. (Buttes Sports file photo)

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Montana Tech senior volleyball player Masha Korol is an All-American.

The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) announced the 2018 All-American Team today, and Korol received an honorable mention.

This mark’s Korol’s second appearance on the NAIA All-American Team. She took home a second-team nod last year. The 6-foot-2 outside hitter from Ukrainka, Ukraine, led the Frontier Conference in total kills this past season with 433. Korol averaged 3.6 kills per set with a .212 hitting percentage.

Montana Tech finished the season with a 17-15 overall record and 8-4 in Frontier action. The Orediggers placed six student-athletes on the All-Conference teams and two on the AVCA All-Region squads.

Montana Western senior libero Dylan Fowler, a Belgrade native, and Carroll College senior Brielle Bumgarner also received an honorable mention.

Click here to see all the honorees.

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