Nebraska Wesleyan University senior volleyball player Laura Brammeier ended her standout four-year career by being named a 2010 AVCA Division III All-America honorable mention selection. It was the second straight season she has earned All-America recognition making her just the second volleyball player in NWU history to be a two-time All-American.
Brammeier (Lincoln, Neb.) led Nebraska Wesleyan with 374 kills this season (3.6 kps) and was third on the team in digs with 314. She ranked among the conference leaders in kills for the second straight year. She was also a two-time Player-of-the-Week winner as a senior and earned All-Central Region honors.
The Lincoln Southwest H.S., product finishes her career with 1,235 kills to rank fifth all-time at NWU in career kills. She also had 1,102 career digs making her one of only five players in NWU history with 1,000 career kills and 1,000 career digs. She was a Second-Team AVCA All-American in 2009 and earned honorable mention this season.
Brammeier helped lead Nebraska Wesleyan to four straight NCAA Tournament appearances. As a senior, Brammeier helped the Prairie Wolves to a 23-6 overall record, the most victories since the 1998 season.
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