Neumeyer earns fourth consecutive All-Midwest Conference honor

Lawrence volleyball action Arianna Neumeyer
Lawrence's Arianna Neumeyer was chosen for the All-Midwest Conference team for the fourth consecutive season.

APPLETON, Wis. -- Lawrence University volleyball standout Arianna Neumeyer was named to the All-Midwest Conference team for the fourth consecutive season.

Neumeyer (Manitowoc, Wis./Lutheran) was a second-team selection.

Neumeyer is just the second player in Lawrence history to be a four-time all-conference selection. Neumeyer was a first-team pick in both 2016 and 2017 and earned second-team honors as a rookie in 2015. She joins outside hitter Kelly Mulcahy, who was a four-time selection from 2003 through 2007.

Neumeyer is one of just three players in Lawrence history to top 1,000 kills and 1,000 digs, and she joins Mulcahy and Lawrence Hall of Famer Shannon Arendt on that list. Neumeyer ranks fifth with 1,094 kills and fifth with 1,373 digs.

Neumeyer piled up 296 kills, an average of 3.25 per set, this season. She also had 356 digs, an average of 3.91 per set. Neumeyer, who finished with at .152 hitting percentage, also picked up 37 blocks and 18 service aces.

Neumeyer had her biggest conference match of the season in a win over Monmouth College when she collected 20 kills. She had a season-high 26 kills in a nonconference match at Ripon College. She hit a season high with 24 digs twice, including against conference opponent Grinnell College. Neumeyer recorded four blocks against Grinnell and had a season-high seven blocks in the nonconference match at Ripon.