Baugh and Nobley Honored Again by AVCA
Dec. 16, 2015

BOISE, Idaho (12/16/2015) - Boise State’s Sarah Baugh and Sierra Nobley have been given honorable mention All-American recognition by the American Volleyball Coaches Association for their outstanding performances during the recently completed season. Baugh and Nobley join Liz Harden (2012) as the only Broncos to garner honorable mention recognition in the sport of volleyball.

This is Baugh’s second AVCA honor of the season and in her career after being named to the all-region team earlier. For Nobley it is her second of the year following all-region honors and the third of her career having been named honorable mention all-region as a freshman in 2014.

Baugh's 2015 Highlights

  • 2015 All-Mountain West Team.
  • Boise State Invitational All-Tournament...North Texas Invitational All-Tournament...Mountain West Offensive Player of the Week (Oct. 19)...CoSIDA Academic All-District.
  • Finished regular season ranked fourth in program history for career assists with 3,751
  • Season assists total of 1,326 led MW, 25th in NCAA and ranks 3rd all-time at Boise State.
  • Her 12.17 assists per set ranks first in MW, third in NCAA and second all-time at Boise State.
  • She had Boise State hitting 28 percent during the season which was first in MW, 11th in NCAA and a new school record breaking last year’s record of .263.
  • Baugh is the main reason Boise State was ranked No.1 nationally in kills and assists per set at 15.54 and 14.56, respectively, both are school records.
  • She also had the majority of Boise State’s 1,529 assists which ranks first in MW, 54th in NCAA, third in program history.

Nobley's 2015 Highlights
  • 2015 All-Mountain West and Preseason All-Mountain West.
  • Northwest Challenge All-Tournament...North Texas Invitational All-Tournament and MVP...four-time MW Offensive Player of the Week...CoSIDA Academic All-Region 7.
  • Finished with 513 kills to rank first in MW and 19th in NCAA, new school record for a season, MW fourth all-time.
  • 4.75 kills per set is first in MW, sixth in NCAA and new school record.
  • 316 kills in league is new MW record for a conference season and sophomore record (she now owns the freshman and sophomore records).
  • 572.5 points is first in MW, 22nd in NCAA and a new school record.
  • 5.3 points per set is first in MW, eighth in NCAA and new school record.

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