Posted By Press Democrat Staff Writer Michael Coit:

The honors keep rolling in for Sonoma State volleyball players following the team’s most successful season.

For the first time in program history, three Sonoma State women’s volleyball players were named to the 2011 American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) Division II All-America Team — Kelsey Hull, Keala Peterson and Taylor Krenwinkel.

Peterson, from Analy High, set school records for kills per set and points per set.

Krenwinkel, from San Diego, is now the Sonoma State record holder in digs, digs per set, reception percentage, and matches played.

Hull, from Valley Springs, was third on the Seawolves in kills and was a blocker at the net.

 After reaching the NCAA Division II West Region title match, four Sonoma State volleyball players were named to the coaches association’s All-West Region Team: Peterson, Krenwinkel, Hull and Hayley Ross, who played at Petaluma High.

Peterson also was named to the College Sports Information Directors of America Capital One Academic All-District VIII team as a result of her impressive work in the classroom.