New Mexico State volleyball's Kassandra Tohm received Midwest Region Honorable Mention honors from the American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) on Tuesday.
The senior made an impact on the court this season for the Aggies, as she posting 369 kills on hitting .250 for the season. While helping her team to its third-straight Western Athletic Conference regular season title, Tohm finished league play as the leader in both kills (3.98) and points (4.20) per set. Her .275 hitting clip also ranked seventh in the WAC.
Tohm earned her first ever postseason awards in 2017 when she took home All-WAC First Team honors along with the coveted WAC Player of the Year award. The outside hitter was also named the WAC Player of the Week for the first time in her career after averaging 4.57 kills on .373 hitting, 1.29 digs, 0.71 blocks and a conference-best 5.00 points per set in a pair of WAC matches.
The Toronto, Ont., Canada, native is the ninth Aggie to receive AVCA All-Region Honorable Mention accolades. The last player from NM State to receive the honor was Desiree Scott in 2013.