Vitals: Senior, Minarets, middle blocker
Qualified because: Four-year player produced 237 kills, 376 digs, 95 blocks and 57 aces while leading the Mustangs to their first West Sequoia League title and second straight section Division V title. League MVP helped Minarets reached the CIF Southern California Regional final and was named All-State in D-V by Maxpreps.com.
Vitals: Junior, Madera, middle blocker/setter
Qualified because: Named the County/Metro Athletic Conference MVP after leading the Coyotes to the league title and ninth seed in the Division I playoffs by making 228 kills to go along with 185 assists, 150 digs, 128 blocks and 31 aces. Has committed to Fresno State.
Vitals: Junior, Central, outside hitter
Qualified because: Third-year player named All-Tri-River Conference while producing 353 kills, 172 digs and 43 aces for a Grizzlies team that went 18-16 and was seeded 11th in the D-I playoffs.
Vitals: Junior, Clovis West, outside hitter
Qualified because: Had 291 kills, 481 digs, 49 aces and 14 blocks while earning All-TRAC honors in first season as a starter for a Golden Eagles team that went 24-14 and extended streaks of winning league (fourth in a row) and section D-I (third in a row) titles.
Vitals: Senior, Hoover, outside hitter
Qualified because: Delivered 405 kills, 174 digs and 43 aces while leading the Patriots to a 27-7 record, the North Yosemite League title and a No. 3 seed in the Division III playoffs. Third-year player with offers from North Dakota and West Virginia was the NYL MVP.
Vitals: Senior, Buchanan, middle hitter
Qualified because: Was a force in the middle with 336 kills (hitting .364) and 64 solo blocks. Garnered first-team All-TRAC honors while Buchanan went 17-15 and reached the D-I quarterfinals.
Vitals: Senior, Dos Palos, outside hitter/setter
Qualified because: West Sierra League MVP and a Maxpreps All-State Division IV selection led Broncos to a 30-3 record while producing 401 kills (hitting .413) with 230 digs, 197 assists, 57 aces and 29 solo blocks in her third season.
Vitals: Junior, Clovis, outside hitter
Qualified because: One of the section's most feared hitters finished with 440 kills (hitting .262) for the D-I and Tri-River Athletic Conference runner-up Cougars. All-league pick also had 196 digs, 42 aces and 13 blocks as Clovis went 22-14.
Vitals: Junior, Clovis West, setter
Qualified because: Fed the offense of the Tri-River Athletic Conference and section D-I champion Golden Eagles by making 1,119 assists. Named all-league and had 70 kills (hitting .394), 279 digs, 25 aces and 11 blocks for team that went 24-14 and reached the CIF Southern California Regionals.
Vitals: Senior, Woodlake, middle blocker
Qualified because: Repeat All-Bee selection and All-State D-IV pick by Maxpreps.com had 258 kills (hitting .315), 116 solo blocks, 102 digs and 32 aces as the Tigers won the East Sequoia League title and finished as the section D-IV runner-up in 24-5 season. Was a two-time MVP of the East Sequoia League.
Vitals: Senior, El Diamante, outside hitter
Qualified because: Two-time Bee All-Star helped the Miners win a second straight West Yosemite League and section D-II championship with a team-leading 404 kills (hitting .430). All-WYL pick also had 88 digs, 34 aces and 18 blocks.
Vitals: Senior, El Diamante, middle blocker
Qualified because: Stonewalled opposing hitters with 109 solo blocks en route to earning West Yosemite League MVP honors and helping the Miners capture a second straight section D-III title. The Fresno State commit also had 293 kills and hit .389 in her fourth season.
Taylor Van Den Berg
Vitals: Senior, Central Valley Christian, outside hitter
Qualified because: All-Central Sequoia League selection powered down a team-leading 387 kills and added 211/2 blocks while helping the Cavaliers win the section D-III title and finish as the CIF State D-III runner-up in a school record 37-5 season.
Vitals: Junior, Clovis North, setter/outside hitter
Qualified because: Started the season at setter, moved to outside hitter and at the end of the year was doing both while totaling 247 kills, 361 digs, 149 assists and 27 aces. Named All-TRAC for the D-I quarterfinalist Broncos.
Summer Bertolet, senior, Clovis East
Maggie Billingsley, senior, Lemoore
Cayla Broussard, junior, Clovis
Ashley Cervantes, senior, Redwood
Rebekah Cervantes, junior, Redwood
Melese Crozier, senior, Edison
KiAnna Cunningham, junior, Woodlake
Madison Ekizian, junior, El Diamante
Kacy Falk, senior, Sierra
Kandyce Gurrola, junior, Strathmore
Jacque Hutcheson, senior, Exeter
Nicole Linman, senior, Kingsburg
Myca Mitchell, freshman, Memorial
Veronica Nederend, junior, Central Valley Christian
Cynthia Nguyen, junior, Sunnyside
Bianca Pattani, senior, El Diamante
Madison Pierce, junior, Dos Palos
Jasmine Phoolka, junior, Clovis
Tanya Ramirez, senior, Liberty-Madera Ranchos
Jilee Schanda, senior, Central
Taylor Slover, junior, Tulare
Sabrina Winslow, junior, Clovis North
Isabella Zaayer, senior, Buchanan
Rhonda DeRuiter, Clovis West: Delivered the program's third straight Central Section Division I title and fifth in six years with a 25-15, 25-20, 13-25, 25-17 victory over Clovis. The Tri-River Athletic Conference champions ended a 24-14 season with a first-round loss in the CIF Southern California Regionals.
Leslie Sorensen, El Diamante: Coached the Miners to a second straight Division II title with a 26-24, 24-26, 14-25, 26-24, 15-12 win over Tehachapi and advanced to the SoCal Regionals where they capped a school-record 32-3 season that produced the program's first NCAA recruit in middle blocker Lauren Torres (Fresno State).
Meghan Warkentin, Central Valley Christian: Directed the Cavaliers to the program's second CIF State title match, where they fell to Valley Christian-San Jose 25-20, 25-16, 25-10. Along the way, CVC won the Clovis Volleyball Challenge tournament title, defeated seven D-I teams, captured the Central Sequoia League crown and the school's first section championship since being promoted to Division III with a 25-17, 30-32, 25-14, 25-16 defeat of Redwood. CVC's 37-5 season produced Maxpreps.com first-team Division III All-State players in Lindsey Calvin and Tess Van Grouw.
Tori Johnson, Woodlake: Helped the Tigers reach their second straight section Division IV final, where they lost to Bakersfield Christian 25-22, 27-25, 20-25, 25-21 to cap a 24-5 season that included the East Sequoia League title. Coached Maxpreps.com D-IV All-State selection Melissa Samaniego.
Karra Zamora, Minarets: Led the Mustangs to a pair of wins in the CIF Southern California Regionals before bowing out in the final 25-12, 25-13, 25-7 to eventual state champion La Jolla Country Day. Minarets won the West Sequoia League title and its second straight section Division V championship in a 30-4 season that produced Maxpreps.com D-V All-State player Katie Grant.