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Warmington Tabbed to AVCA All-America Team

Jasmine Warmington is the second freshman All-American in Hopkins history.

Nov. 13, 2012

LEXINGTON, KY - Freshman Jasmine Warmington has been named 2012 American Volleyball Coaches' Association Division III Honorable Mention All-America as selected by the AVCA All-America Committee. Warmington joins current sophomore Meagan Donohoe as the only freshmen in Hopkins history to be named All-America.

Warmington is the fifth Johns Hopkins player in history to receive the honor, and third in the last two seasons. Lizzie Kay (2005), Katie O'Callaghan (2005) and Melissa Cole (2011) round out the list of Blue Jay All-Americans.

The All-America honor follows a string of other postseason awards for Warmington, who was also named AVCA DIII Mid-Atlantic Region Freshman of the Year and Centennial Conference Player of the Year. She broke the Hopkins single-season freshman record for kills, set in 2000 by Stephanie Kaliades.

Warmington dominated at the net this season for the Blue Jays, leading the conference in total kills (371), kills/s (3.44) and total points (415), while ranking second in hitting percentage (.340) and third in blocks (77). She was even more commanding in conference action, notching 3.62 kills/s with a phenomenal .487 hitting percentage.

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