Walters' .401 hitting percentage set a new program record (Gil Talbot).
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Senior Caroline Walters has added another accolade to her growing list as she has been named to the ECAC Div. I All-Star second team.
Walters, who has also received AVCA All-East Region honorable mention, All-Ivy League first team and Academic All-Ivy League recognition, finished the year ranked 17th in the NCAA with a .401 hitting percentage, setting a new program record. She also ranked first in the conference in solo blocks (22) and was seventh in blocks per set (0.95), and set a new career-high with 2.43 kills per set. Walters scored double-digit kills in 11 matches and registered at least five blocks in five matches, and was named the AVCA National Player of the Week and Ivy League Player of the Week on Sept. 23 after helping the Crimson to wins over Northeastern and Boston College.
Walters helped Harvard to a share of the Ivy League title, the program's first since 2004, with a 19-5 overall record and 12-2 mark against conference foes. The team's .792 win percentage and 12 Ancient Eight victories represent new program records, while the team's 19 overall wins were the fourth most in school history.