Clarke seniors Ashley Shields and Heather Jansen have been named to the Midwest Collegiate Conference all-conference volleyball team as voted by the coaches. Shields is one of 14 players to be selected first team all-conference, while Jansen is one of 14 selected as an honorable mention.
Shields finished off a memorable career as a Crusader by setting the school's all-time kills record with 1,727 while enjoying her best season as a senior. She finished third in the conference in kills per game (3.67), fifth in hitting percentage (.273) and seventh in blocks per game (0.75).
Shields also set Clarke career records in attack attempts (4,564), hitting percentage (.272), service attempts (1,949), block assists (339), points (2,190.5), sets played (536) and matches played (145). During her four seasons as a Crusader, Shields led Clarke to a 90-57 record, helping to revive a previously struggling program.
Jansen also established herself as one of Clarke's most valuable players. She tallied 602 digs and ranked seventh in the MCC with 4.15 digs per game in 2010.
Jansen holds Clarke's all-time mark for serve percentage at .964 and ranks second in career digs with 1,609. She also ranks sixth in digs per game (3.81), sixth in sets played (422) and fourth in matches played (118).
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