Setter, Newport Harbor, Jr.
Could dominate a match with her setting, blocking, hitting or defense. Led a team with only two seniors to the Southern Section Division I-AA title. Displays a rare combination of size and agility at the position.
Opposite, Ocean View, Sr.
Named Southern Section Division III MVP and state Division III tournament MVP, helping the Seahawks win the school's first section and state championships. Six-foot left-hander has committed to Rhode Island.
Setter, Ocean View, Jr.
Led a balanced attack, which helped Ocean View win the Orange County Championships then section and state titles. A great defensive player. Also used her quickness to turn bad passes into good sets.
Middle blocker, Santa Margarita, Sr.
Played through injuries and helped Santa Margarita win its second consecutive section title and reach the school's first state final. Solid all-around player. Has orally committed to Washington.
Opposite, Marina, Jr.
Hard-hitting junior showed full repertoire of shots during the playoffs. Was the team's most consistent offensive player in playoffs. Left-hander also had one of the county's best jump serves.
Outside hitter, Marina, Sr.
County's most dynamic offensive player. Has committed to Pepperdine. Powerful spikes drew the most attention. Good defense also helped Marina win its first section and state titles.
Coach of the Year, Marina
Second-year coach. Took a team that finished fourth in the Sunset League last season and missed the playoffs, then preached defense and togetherness to help mold the unit into a section and state Division I champion.
THE SECOND TEAM
Michelle Chambers Santa Margarita, Sr.
Has committed to Stanford.
Amy DeCinces, Mater Dei, Sr.
Helped Mater Dei to best finish in school history.
Jordana Havriluk, Corona del Mar, Sr.
Led Sea Kings to section Division III-AA title.
Melissa Plass, Fountain Valley, Sr.
All-around talent named Sunset League co-MVP.
April Ross, Newport Harbor, So.
Top offensive player for Division I-AA champs.
Lauren Warner, Mater Dei, Sr.
Strong hitter moved inside, gave team balance.