The Northwest Conference Champion Pacific Lutheran University volleyball team claimed two of the conference's four postseason awards on Tuesday while four student-athletes earned All-NWC accolades. Kevin Aoki was named the NWC Coach of the Year for the ninth time with Kiana Calles earning NWC Player of the Year. Calles additionally earned First Team All-NWC honors while Caylie ShiramizuChloe Epker, and Mackenzie Harris all landed Second Team accolades.

Aoki lands Coach of the Year after guiding the Lutes (20-4, 14-2 NWC) to the conference title and the program's 11th berth to the NCAA Division III Tournament. It is the 10th time under the 22-year tenure of Aoki that the Lutes have hoisted the league title. Aoki, who owns a 393-176 record at the helm, has previously won NWC Coach of the Year accolades in 1999, 2004, from 2006-2009, and from 2012-2013.

Pacific Lutheran University Volleyball Camps

Pacific Lutheran University Volleyball Camps are dedicated to providing an experience that is both instructional and informational along with creating a great atmosphere to learn!

The coaching staff here at PLU prides itself on teaching the sport of volleyball to players of all ages and ability levels. All camps are taught by our coaching staff and players. The mechanics and drills that are taught at our camps are used with our college players. We are determined to provide the best possible learning experience for our campers.

Questions regarding Pacific Lutheran University Volleyball Camps contact aokika@plu.edu or call 253.536.1900

A member institutions sports camp or clinic shall be open to any and all entrants, limited only by number, age, grade level, and/or gender.