Utah State volleyball senior middle blockerand junior outside hitterhave been named all-Mountain West, it was announced by the conference office on Wednesday.It is Boyd's first and Stall's second all-conference honor.Boyd has started in every set for the Aggies this season. The native of Alpine, Utah, leads USU with 75.0 blocks in league play, averaging 1.04 per set to rank seventh in the MW.
Boyd leads a USU defensive front that has held league opponents to a .197 hitting percentage, ranking third in the conference. She has hit above .350 in nine MW matches, including .769 (10-0-13) at Nevada (Sept. 29). Boyd leads Utah State and ranks seventh in the MW in hitting percentage (.376).In total, she has logged 134 kills, 75 blocks, 31 digs 11 assists and seven service aces in league play.
Boyd recorded five-plus kills in all but one league match this season, including five 10-kill outings. She had multiple blocks in every league match, including at least five blocks in nine matches, and recorded a dig in all but one MW match.Stall, who earned one Mountain West Offensive Player of the Week honor this season, has started in every set for the Aggies.
She leads Utah State with 230 kills, averaging 3.19 per set, 25 service aces and 274.0 points in conference play. She is tied for second on the team in solo blocks (9), ranks third in digs (137), fourth in total blocks (29) and fifth in assists (18). Stall logged at least five kills in every MW match, including double-digit kills in 16 of the 18 matches.
She recorded 20-plus kills twice, including 27 kills against UNLV (Oct. 29), which is the second-highest by an MW player in conference play this season.Stall had at least five digs in 15 MW matches, including three double-digit outings. She recorded two double-doubles in league play, including 11 kills and a career-best 19 digs at UNLV (Oct.
13). Stall ranks seventh in the MW with 0.35 service aces per set in league play. She served a career-high five aces at San Diego State (Nov. 5), and recorded multiple blocks in nine league matches, including four at San Diego State (Nov. 5).Utah State, the No. 4 seed in the 2022 Mountain West Volleyball Championships, takes on No.
5 New Mexico today at 1 p.m., in Fort Collins, Colorado.Fans can follow the Aggie volleyball program on Twitter, @USUVolleyball, on Facebook at /USUVolleyball or on Instagram, @usuvolleyball. Aggie fans can also follow the Utah State athletic program on Twitter, @USUAthletics, Facebook at /USUAthletics and on Instagram, @USUAthletics.-USU-