Allen County Community College had four athletes earn postseason honors for fall sports.
Freshman Nicole Rockhold, an outside hitter for the Red Devils’ volleyball team, earned second-team honors on the 2009 All-Jayhawk Eastern Division Volleyball Team.
Rockhold also received All-Region VI, Division II, District N honors. She averaged 3.2 kills per set with 297 kills for the season. She also served 21 aces and was credited with 516 digs.
Rockhold, who is 5-8, is from Oskaloosa.
Josh Hardy led the Allen County men’s soccer team to the 2009 Region VI semifinals in October. The 5-8 forward from Topeka was named to the All-Region VI first team soccer team.
Hardy earned second-team All-Jayhawk Conference second-team honors for the second year. He scored 17 goals and had one assist this season. As a freshman he scored 20 goals and had three assists.
Sarah Roether earned 2009 All-Jayhawk Conference honorable mention as a midfielder. She scored seven goals and had three assists this season for the Red Devils.
As a freshman, Roether had six goals and two assists. The 5-8 sophomore from Louisburg earned second-team all conference and Region VI honors last year.
Samantha Pluma, a 5-10 sophomore from Fairbanks, Alaska, earned 2009 All-Jayhawk Conference honorable mention as a defender.
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