Igodan Named to All-Big 12 First Team
Dec. 2, 2013
FORT WORTH, Texas – TCU volleyball senior Yvonne Igodan has garnered All-Big 12 First team accolades, the league office announced on Monday.
Igodan, a 2012 All-Big 12 honorable mention selection, led the Horned Frogs for the second year in a row with 287 kills, 2.59 kills per set and a .298 hitting percentage. The middle blocker also chipped in 51 digs and 82 total blocks for TCU.
The Houston, Texas native led the team in kills for 11 matches this fall and posted 11 double-digit kill matches. Igodan had her most successful match against Ole Miss, where she recorded her second 20-kill performance of her career. In the match against the Rebels, Igodan also notched a career-high .704 hitting percentage and only one error on her way to being named co-MVP of the TCU Nike/Molten Invitational. In all, Igodan was named MVP or was a member of an all-tournament team for seven tournaments in her career.
A four-year contributor, Igodan leaves TCU with her name etched in the record book three times. Igodan finishes her career ranked No. 5 in career total blocks (299), No. 6 in career hitting percentage (.307) and No. 8 in career blocks per set (0.76). Igodan also recorded 975 kills, 2.49 kills per set and 134 digs in her time as a Horned Frog.
Igodan finishes her career after being named Big 12 Offensive Player of the Week twice last fall and also being selected to the Preseason All-Big 12 team in 2012 and 2013.
TCU concluded the 2013 season on Saturday and finished with a winning record for the ninth time under coach Prentice Lewis.