Thomas More Athletics
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – The women’s volleyball team at Thomas More had their own student-athlete named to the NAIA All-American Team as senior outside hitter Emily Mohs earns All-American status for the second time in her career.
The All-American honor is the second of her career after earning the honor during her first-year campaign. Mohs was also named as AVCA Southeast Region Player of the Year and Mid-South Conference Player of the Year.
Mohs finished the season in third in total kills and kills per set with 544 total kills and 4.9 kills per set. She ranked second in the NAIA in points per set with 5.6 per and third in total points with 627.
Mohs goes down in Thomas More women’s volleyball history as the kill leader after breaking the record earlier in the year. For Mohs career she has collected 1657 kills, 603 digs, 244 blocks, and 56 service aces.
The women’s volleyball team wrapped up a successful 26-6, 2021 campaign being on the bubble of making the National Tournament. The Saints unfortunately were not selected for the tournament and look forward to returning to the court in the Fall of 2022.