Bowling Green, Ky. — For the third straight season, Western Kentucky University junior middle hitter Megan Argabright has earned honorable mention All-America honors from the American Volleyball Coaches Association.
Argabright is the only multi-time All American in Lady Topper volleyball history has she has earned the AVCA honor every year of her Lady Topper career.
A first-team all-Sun Belt Conference selection in 2007, Argabright finished the year with a .373 hitting percentage, while leading the team with 529 kills. She averaged 4.23 kills per game, and posted nearly a block per game. She posted double-figure kills in 34 of WKU’s 36 matches this season, and hit better than .300 25 times. For her career, Argabright currently sits third on the WKU list with 1,536 kills. She will go into her senior season in 2008 needing just 205 kills to pass Jamie Ritterskamp for the most in Lady Topper history.
The Lady Toppers finished with a 27-9 record in 2007 — marking the eighth straight season that they have posted over 20 victories. WKU also became the first team in the history of the Sun Belt Conference to earn an at-large bid into the NCAA Tournament. It was the third trip to the tournament for the program in the last six seasons.