Allen racks up the honors at Under Armour All-America match

Jackson senior Emmy Allen added two more accolades to her already very impressive resume this past weekend at the Under Armour All-America volleyball match in Louisville, Kentucky.

Allen helped lead Team West to a straight set victory over Team East, set scores were 26-24, 25-23 and 25-18. Allen played the all of the second set and half the third set finishing with 12 kills, 10 in the second set and two in the third. After the match, Allen was named the Most Undeniable Player, which is the equivalent of Most Valuable Player for her team.

The WSU commit also took home the award for Best Setter in the skills competition in which she competed against members from Team West and Team East.

The match will be broadcast in its entirety on Sunday, Dec. 23 at 10:30 a.m. on ESPN U.

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