PHILADELPHIA – Senior Alexis Genske of the University of Pennsylvania volleyball team was voted second-team All-Ivy by the league’s coaches on Thursday. This is the second such distinction for Genske, as she was named to the second team as a sophomore as well.
En route to capping off her illustrious Red and Blue career, Genske was an offensive machine for the Quakers this season. The two-year captain led the squad in both total kills (288) and kills per set (3.03). In addition, she racked up 3.06 digs per set, tallied 12 double-doubles and chipped in 91 blocks.
Genske was one of only two Quakers to appear in every match this season, and the only one to start in all 26. She registered nine or more kills in 20 matches this season, and her total kills (4th) and kills per set (6th) marks both ranked in the top 6 of the Ivy League. She also reached double figures in digs in 17 contests.
Genske wraps up her career with 92 match appearances, 739 kills and 867 digs.