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Rachel Hein Receives Recognition for Leading Nation in Blocks per Set

last modified 2013-01-28 11:18 AM

NEW ULM, Minn. - Senior volleyball player Rachel Hein received recognition from the NCAA for leading the nation in blocks per set in 2012.

Rachel Hein Receives Recognition for Leading Nation in Blocks per Set

Rachel Hein led the nation in blocks per set in 2012

Hein averaged 1.43 blocks per set, 0.03 blocks more than the second place finisher in the statistic. Hein finished the season as the MLC and UMAC leader in total blocks (137), block assists (104) and solo blocks (33).

Hein finished her career in 2012 as a two-time First Team All-UMAC performer (2011 and 2012), and also as the MLC career leader in blocks assists (307).

Hein and the Knights finished the 2012 season with a record of 16-12 overall, and tied for third place in the UMAC with a conference record of 10-4.

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