December 14, 2005 - by
Another Santos Sister Earns AVCA All-American Honors For Second Straight Season

Dec. 14, 2005

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – For the second straight year, Florida State head coach Todd Kress landed an American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) All-American as senior Andreza Santos (Minas Gerais, Brazil/College of S. Idaho) was named an honorable mention selection today.

Santos is just the second Seminole volleyball player to ever earn All-American distinctions and ironically it was her sister, Amanda Santos, who became the school’s first member last season.

Ten players from the Atlantic Coast Conference made the honorable mention list. There were no ACC players on the first, second or third teams.

Just last week, Santos was selected as an All-East Region First Team member.

Santos paced the Seminoles to a 13-17 overall record and 11-11 conference mark in 2005. She led her team in hitting percentage (.278), kills (3.36) and points per game (3.88). Santos hit double-digit kills during 20 matches, including a streak of 12 straight contests. Santos also had 23 aces on the year and averaged 1.20 digs and 0.62 blocks per game.

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