On Campus Notebook: Singleton caps off volleyball career with All-ODAC honors

Ali Singleton (Stonewall Jackson ’14) finished her volleyball career in style at Emory & Henry College.

Singleton was recently named to the volleyball All-Old Dominion Athletic Conference third team.

The senior outside hitter was second on the Wasps in kills (262) and total attacks (844).

Singleton also had 16 service aces, 252 digs and 25 blocks.

She had a season-best 16 kills on Sept. 16 in a 3-1 loss to Brevard College (N.C.). Singleton also had 11 digs in the match.

Singleton also had 15 kills and 11 digs each against Hollins University on Sept. 20, and Eastern Mennonite University on Sept. 27.

The Wasps finished the season 7-21, including 3-8 in the ODAC.

Singleton was the only Emory & Henry player to make the All-ODAC team. She was second team All-ODAC last season.

Singleton had double-digit kills in 13 matches, and double-digit digs in 11 matches this season.

LEADING THE WAY: Autumn Troxell (Warren County ’15) had another strong volleyball season for Randolph College.

Troxell led the team with 252 kills in 27 matches. She finished with a team-best 764 total attacks.

Troxell was second on the team with 28 service aces and 263 digs. She also had 19 blocks for the WildCats.

The junior outside hitter had a season-best 21 kills against Virginia Wesleyan on Sept. 15 in a 3-1 loss. She also had 20 digs in the defeat.

Troxell had 18 kills and 10 digs in a 3-1 loss to William Peace College (N.C.) on Sept. 2.

The WildCats finished the season with an 8-19 record, including 3-8 in the ODAC.

STELLAR SEASON: Tristan Lucy-Speidel (Central ’15) led Lynchburg College to a ninth place finish this past weekend in the South/Southeast Region Cross Country Championships in Newport News.

The junior finished 24th overall in a time of 25:17.5. There were 32 teams in the regionals. Christopher Newport University won the boys title. The top two teams advanced to the NCAA Division III Championships on Nov. 18 in Elsah, Illinois.

On Oct. 28, Lucy-Speidel earned All-ODAC honors with a fifth-place finish in the ODAC Championships in Virginia Beach. Lucy-Speidel ran the race in a time of 25:11.44. It was his first All-ODAC honor.

The Hornets finished third as a team in the ODAC Championships.