Roth Earns Third Consecutive All-CACC Volleyball Team Honors
Tuesday, November 9, 2004
By Bob Heller
For the third consecutive year, University of the Sciences in Philadelphia Women’s Volleyball player Emily Roth (Dallastown High School/York, PA) was honored as a member of the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference’s All Conference Volleyball Team
Roth is one of two repeat selections from the 2003 First Team All-CACC Volleyball Team to be selected in 2004, joining senior Sherry Keech of Georgian Court. Emily was also selected as a second team member as a freshman in 2002.
During the regular season, Roth was honored by the conference four times. Emily was named CACC Player of the Week for the week ending October 4, 2004 and was named to the CACC Volleyball Honor Roll for the weeks ending September 13, 2004, October 18, 2004 and October 25, 2004.
Going into tonight’s CACC quarterfinal playoff game, the former Dallastown High School athlete currently leads the Devils in hitting (.234), kills (399), kills/game (3.47), digs (568), and digs per game (4.94). Roth ranks second in the CACC in digs/game, fifth in kills/game and tenth in hitting. Her 568 digs and 399 kills are USP single season records. Earlier this season, Emily became the first volleyball player in school history to record 1,000 career digs and now has 1,313 for her career.
Roth, a pharmacy major pursuing a Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the University of the Sciences in Philadelphia is in her third season of play for the Devils.
2004 ALL-CACC VOLLEYBALL TEAMS