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WCU's Timmermann Earns Second Team All-Southern Conference

Jordan Timmermann honored by the SoCon's coaches.

Nov. 20, 2013

Spartanburg, S.C. - Western Carolina's junior outside hitter, Jordan Timmermann was named to the All-Southern Conference Second Team as voted on by the league's coaches and released by the conference office Wednesday morning.

"Jordan has been such an impact player for us this year not only from an offensive standpoint, but she also is a great blocker on the outside," head volleyball coach Karen Glover said. "She is one of the hardest workers in our gym, and I am happy to see her receive this recognition from our conference."

Timmermann led the Catamounts with a 3.38 kills per set average -- 365 total kills -- and was third on the team with .221 hitting percentage. She also carried a 2.04 digs per set average and an 0.59 blocks per set average on the season. Her six double-doubles placed her third on the team.

She collected 23 double-digit kill matches including 12 straight at the end of the regular season. She topped the 20-kill mark twice with 20 kills against rival Appalachian State on September 26 and 23 kills at Davidson on October 25.

Timmermann led WCU to an 18-12 overall record and the sixth seed in the Southern Conference tournament that begins Friday in Greenville, S.C. on the campus of Furman.

Complete Southern Conference Awards

First Team All-SoCon
Emily Corrigan, APP
Christina Dorismond, FUR
Kym Coley, GSU
Jamie DeRatt, GSU
Karrian Chambers, UNCG
Katie Murphy, SAM
Michaela Reesor, SAM

Second Team All-SoCon
Lauren Gray, APP
Caroline Brown, DAV
Cali Estes, ELON
Jo Wilks, FUR
Katlin Minnerly, GSU
Stephanie Palmer, SAM
Jordan Timmermann, WCU
Taylor Baird, WOF



All- Freshman Team
Mikayla Derochie, DAV
Ally Karle, ELON
Annie Bierman, FUR
Ashton Gregory, FUR
Sara Hohman, UNCG
Erin Bognar, SAM
Gabbi Greenwald, SAM

Player of the Year
Michaela Reesor, Samford

Libero of the Year
Chelsi Carter, Samford

Freshman of the Year
Ashton Gregory, Furman

Coach of the Year
Michelle Young, Furman