The accolades for Kansas State middle blocker Kaitlynn Pelger continue to add up with the sophomore being named an All-American by Volleyball Magazine.
Pelger was named a third team All-American by the publication, joining five other players from Big 12 schools on the list.
Pelger led the Wildcats with 500 kills this season and posted a hitting percentage of .304, while averaging 2.79 digs per set and 1.00 blocks. Her 500 kills tied for fifth in a season in school history. She reached the century mark in three categories for the second straight year.
The last time a Wildcat was recognized by Volleyball Magazine was in 2001 when Liz Wegner received honorable mention