Ceremony recognized student-athletes for major academic achievement.
Five Friars earned the Commissioner's Honor Roll by obtaining a 3.50 grade point average or higher.
Several Friars post career bests in the victory.
Senior Carly Morrison leads the way for the Friars with 40 assists.
Friars return to action on October 16 at Stony Brook.
At Providence -As a Senior: Played in all 30 matches...Was third on the Friars in kills (155), second in blocks (53) and second in hitting percentage (.226)...Set a new career high in kills with 14 against New Hampshire on Oct. 30...Had double digit kills on four occasions...Recorded 11 service aces...Named to America East Fall Commissioner's Honor Roll. As a Junior: Finished second on the team with 224 kills on the season, good for 1.93 per set...Averaged 2.32 points per set, good for 18th in the America East...Was second on the team in blocks, with 73 on the season (0.63 per set)...Played in all 33 matches...Matched her career-high with 11 kills on three occasions, on Sept. 1 versus Holy Cross, Sept. 22 against Quinnipiac and Oct. 13 versus Central Connecticut State...Notched 10 kills against Hartford on Oct. 3, Rhode Island on Oct. 5 and UMBC on Oct. 17...Named to America East Fall Commissioner's Honor Roll. As a Sophomore: Appeared in 85 games and started 21 matches...Ranked third on the team with 124 kills and third with 39 blocks...Posted nine kills and four blocks against Bucknell on Sept. 6...Tallied a season-high 11 kills on Sept. 12 against Lafayette...Recorded seven kills and four blocks on Oct. 21 at Hartford.
At Quinnipiac - As a Freshman: Appeared in 122 games, recording 156 kills and 63 total blocks, which ranked second on the Bobcats...Recorded nine kills against Rhode Island on Aug. 30...Tallied nine kills and five digs versus La Salle on Nov. 5.
At Westford Academy - Four-year varsity letter-winner at Westford Academy...Was named to the Boston Herald and Boston Globe All-Scholastic All-Star Teams in 2007... Earned 2007 Lowell Sun Player of the Year...Was Dual County League Player of the Year in 2007 while garnering Best Offensive Player and Most Valuable Player recognition for the Dual County League Champions...Was a Bay State Games Silver Medalist...Also played for the Westford Academy Dual County League Co-Champion basketball team and earned Lowell Sun Second-Team All-Star recognition...Played for the Smash Volleyball Club. Personal: The daughter of Marianne and Matthew Dolan...Has a younger sister, Callie...Spanish major; English and political science minor...First name is pronounced SHAY-luh.
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