Emily  Boerger
10  Emily Boerger

Marysville, WA

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DII ADA Academic Achievement Awards go to 43 Vikings

Three WWU student-athletes honored for fourth year


10 WWU student-athletes receive GNAC FAR academic honors

Boerger, Fisher, Jackson, Lahman and Robinson recognized for third time


WWU loses 3-0 to Sonoma State in first round of NCAA II West Regional

23-4 Vikings have season-low hitting percentage of .065


WWU's Erickson Selected GNAC Player of the Year, Hutchinson Defensive POY and Flick co-Coach of the Year

Boerger, Dillard and Moore receive honorable mention


WWU is No.5 seed at West Regional to be played at San Bernardino, Calif.

Vikings face No.4 seed Sonoma State in first round match on Dec. 5

COLLEGE: Finished four-year career with 493 kills on .275 hitting percentage and 227 blocks ... First-team CoSIDA College Division District 8 Academic All-Star as senior in 2013 ... Honorable mention Great Northwest Athletic Conference all-star for second straight year and GNAC academic all-star for third consecutive season ... GNAC Offensive Player of the Week and Sonoma State Invitational all-tournament ... Led nation in hitting percentage early in campaign ... Started all 27 matches and played in all 88 sets ... Had 91 blocks (1.03 avg. per set) and 182 kills (2.07) on .329 attack percentage ... Had career-high of 17 kills vs. Sonoma State on 9/14/13 and tied career high with 7.0 blocks at Seattle Pacific on 9/28/13 ... Played in all 28 matches and 96 sets as junior in 2012 ... Had 80.0 blocks (0.83) and 178 kills (1.85) on .279 hitting ... Competed in 21 matches and 73 sets as sophomore in 2011 ... Had 51 blocks (0.70) and 121 kills (1.66) on .201 hitting ... Had career-high 7.0 blocks vs. Seattle Pacific on 11/3/11 ... Played in five matches and nine sets as redshirt freshman in 2010 ... Credited with 12 kills (1.33) on .292 hitting and five blocks (0.56) ... Four letters.

HIGH SCHOOL: Selected to play in 2009 Washington State Coaches Association Senior All-State series as senior at Marysville-Pilchuck High School ... First-team Everett Herald all-area and Western Conference North Division all-star as senior, helping Tomahawks reach quarterfinals of Class 4A state tournament ... First-team all-league as junior and played on team that reached state as sophomore ... Played for Rain City volleyball club team which qualified for nationals.

PERSONAL: Major is biology/anthropology ... Maintained 4.0 (4.0 scale) grade point average in high school, being class valedictorian ... Her mother, Loretta, competed in track at Washington State University.