Find out how local volleyball players are doing in the ranks of the university

It was an encore for Erinn Adam.

For the second time in her career, the Bloomington South grad and fifth-year senior has been named an NAIA All-American, earning third-team honors after being selected as the second-team in 2020.

There are 14 members in each of the first three All-America teams.

Adam, who was named River States Conference Player of the Year for the second consecutive year, was also a NAIA All-Region roster.

She helped the Cougars to a 28-9 record, including a 16-1 league run. The Cougars won the 2021 regular season and tournament championship, making their seventh consecutive NAIA Women’s Volleyball Championship appearance.

The middle batter finished the year with 369 kills and 145 blocks, leaving as the all-time program leader in blocks (582) and second in career kills (1,188).

Adam was also named to the River State Conference Scholar-Athlete Team.

DeMier ensures success Racer

Bloomington South grad and freshman setter Bailey DeMier finished the regular season as the Ohio Valley Conference leader in her position’s major statistical categories and as an All-OVC Second Team roster.

Bailey DeMier of Bloomington South had a strong freshman season as a starting setter at Murray State, earning the Second Team All-Ohio Valley Conference honors.

She finished the season with 1,270 assists (the third most by a freshman in school history), averaging 11.24 per set, finishing 10th in the country. She also had 74 kills, 23 blocks, led the team in aces with 27 and was No. 3 in digs with 289.

DeMier also helped Murray State to a .213 team hitting efficiency, which was third in the OVC.

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