Hanover's Courtney Crawford, a former Mercy standout, was selected as the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference's most valuable player for volleyball.
Crawford helped guide the Panthers to the school's first HCAC title since 2011. They were 9-0 in league play.
Transylvania's Audrey Brown (Sacred Heart) was the league's defensive MVP.
Bluffton's Erin Weisgarber was the league's top freshman and Hanover's Peter Preocanin the top coach.
Crawford played in 113 sets for the Panthers this season, posting a conference-best .354 hitting percentage with a league-high 131 total blocks. The sophomore averaged 1.85 kills per set and 2.8 points per set during Hanover's 32 matches.
Brown, the Pioneers' senior defensive specialist, was the backbone of the Transylvania defense all season. The senior ranked second in the conference with 6.32 digs per set during conference play.
Weisgarber averaged a conference-high 10.49 assists per set in her first collegiate season.
Jenny Brown, Bluffton
Mackenzie McFarlin, Bluffton
Mackenzie Wieneke, Franklin
Amanda Lelivelt, Franklin
Kourtney Settle, Franklin
Kelsey Brandvik, Hanover
Courtney Crawford, Hanover (Mercy)
Maddie Hartman, Hanover
Rachel Hasewinkel, Hanover
Courtney Chowning, Manchester
Jessica Wilgenbusch, Mount St. Joseph
Gabi Razma, Rose-Hulman
Erin Romito, Transylvania (Scott)
Honorable mention: Annie Bachman, Anderson; Megan Wade, Anderson; Riley Troyer, Anderson; Erin Weisgarber, Bluffton; Rebecca Kain, Defiance; Kayla Morris, Earlham; Ashleigh Burton, Earlham; Hannah Tevis, Manchester; Dakota Stanichuk, Manchester; Hannah Losey, Mount St. Joseph; Sarah Jensen, Rose-Hulman; Maddie Lovern, Transylvania; Audrey Brown, Transylvania (Sacred Heart)
Erin Weisgarber, Bluffton
Marissa Windau, Defiance
Haley Alexander, Hanover
Hannah Tevis, Manchester
Julia Hammond, Rose-Hulman
Darby Bourdon, Transylvania (Mercer Co.)