Rollins Named All-American

Rollins Named All-American

by Steve Gamel

Hebron senior outside hitter Adanna Rollins was recently named a first-team All-American by Under Armour earlier this month. Rollins, a Minnesota signee, was one of 23 players from Texas to make the list. Teammate Annie Benbow was listed as an honorable mention.

According to a press release from Under Armour, more than 620 nominations were submitted, resulting in 150 All-American and Honorable Mention All-Americans. Rollins, along with the rest of the first-team honorees, were automatically invited to play in the Under Armour All-America Volleyball match slated for December 15 at the Sprint Center in Kansas City as part of the 2017 AVCA Convention.

Rollins and Benbow were effective in leading Hebron this season. Since Hebron opened in 1999, it has consistently been regarded as one of the top teams in its classification because of head coach Karen Keeney’s ability to churn out standout player after standout player. The program won its first state title in 2004, and repeated in 2010, 2015 and 2016.

Other players from Texas who made the Under Armour All-American list were Holly Campbell (Austin Westlake), Capri Davis (Mansfield Lake Ridge), E’lan McCall (Leander Rouse), Camryn Ennis (San Antonio Reagan), Carly Graham (Conroe Oak Ridge), Ava Bell (Leander Rouse), Katie Clark (Arlington), Whitney Foreman (Houston Langham Creek), Rachel Langs (Lovejoy), Madison Baptiste (Austin Westlake), Elissa Barbosa (San Antonio Reagan), Shanel Bramschreiber (Lovejoy), Emily Dewalt (San Antonio Brandeis), Briana Garcia (League City Clear Falls), Haley Killinger (Prosper), AJ Koele (The Woodlands), Lydia Niebla (San Antonio Reagan), Ryan Palmieri (Austin Vandegrift), Chloe Robinson (Amarillo), Lauren Teske (Schertz Clemens), and Sophie Walls (The Woodlands).

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