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Schramka receives All-OVC recognition

APSU senior outside hitter Sarah Schramka was named first-team All-Ohio Valley Conference, as voted by the leagues head volleyball coaches. She is just the sixth Austin Peay player to receive first-team All-OVC recognition in program history.

Schramka, from Menomonee Falls, Wis., was an honorable mention All-OVC selection in 2002 and a member of the All-Newcomer team in 2001. She finished the 2004 regular-season ranked seventh among OVC leaders in kills per game, averaging 3.66 kills per game. She led the Lady Govs in kills (399) and was second in digs (428).
APSU senior outside hitter Sarah Schramka was named first-team All-Ohio Valley Conference, as voted by the league's head volleyball coaches. She is just the sixth Austin Peay player to receive first-team All-OVC recognition in program history.

Schramka, from Menomonee Falls, Wis., was an honorable mention All-OVC selection in 2002 and a member of the All-Newcomer team in 2001. She finished the 2004 regular-season ranked seventh among OVC leaders in kills per game, averaging 3.66 kills per game. She led the Lady Govs in kills (399) and was second in digs (428).

Lady Govs Head Coach Cheryl Holt said, “I am extremely excited for Sarah, who has had the best year of her career. She's very deserving of this honor, and I believe it shows the respect the league's coaches have for her and what she means to our team.”

Last week, Schramka became Austin Peay's all-time kills leader, passing Amy Walk (1,483 kills, 2000-2003), who held the record for just one season.

Earlier this season, Schramka became the fourth member of Austin Peay's elite double-grand club, recording both 1,000 kills and 1,000 digs during her career. She will finish her career ranked in the top 10 of nine different statistical categories.
—Cody Bush