Botkin, Nussman, Turner headline All-District 22-6A teams

PEARLAND — The Pearland Lady Oilers captured the District 22-6A crown this season with a perfect 16-0 mark and head coach John Turner was rewarded by being named "Coach of the Year" by his coaching peers.

Pearland finished the 2014 volleyball season with a sparkling 41-7 mark. The fell to eventual Class 6A Region III champion and state finalist.

Turner now has an outstanding 743-288 overall coaching record.

Pearland also garnered some of the top individual honors for their outstanding performances on the court.

Sophomore Brooke Botkin was named District 22-6A "Player of the Year." The 6-2 outside hitter was also named to the All-Texan first-team and to all three All-Tournament teams that Pearland participated in prior to league play. She also was named to the Prep Volleyball Top 10 in the Class of 2017.

Botkin registered 633 kills, 446 digs, 49 aces, and 45 blocks this season. She has verbally committed to the University of Southern California Lady Trojans.

Senior Cassidy Nussman was named as the "Offensive Player of the Year." She also was selected to the All-Academic All-District squad.

The 6-4 Nussman had 406 kills and 95 blocks. She was named as an honorable mention AVCA All-American and to the 2014 Adidas Texas Volleyball Invitational All-Tournament Team. She has give her verbal commitment to Northwestern University.

Junior Amanda Chapa was named to the All-District first-team and All-Academic All-District team. The 5-3 Libero was named to two All-Tournament Teams (Adidas Texas Volleyball Invitational and was named as the Outstanding Defensive Player at the Spring Branch ISD Tournament.

She is a member of the Prep Volleyball Class of 2015 Top 100. She had 690 digs and 40 aces for the 2014 season. She will certainly be a team leader in 2015. Chapa has verbally committed to Abilene Christian University.

Senior Chelsey Watts was named to the All-District first-team after she had 593 assists, 279 digs, and 49 aces. She was named the district Outstanding Setter in 2013. Watts signed a letter-of-intent with South Carolina at Aiken.

Junior Hannah Ofczarzak was named to the All-District first-team. The 6-0 junior outside hitter had 370 kills and 44 blocks.

Senior Alex Aguilera was named to the All-District second-team. The 5-9 outside hitter had 323 kills and 93 aces. She has signed with McNeese State University.

Junior Caroline Shecterle was named to the All-District second-team. The 5-6 setter had 635 assists, 324 digs, and 42 aces.

Sophomore Sam Costello was named to the All-District second-team. The 6-3 middle blocker had 76 kills and 102 blocks.

Junior Kylie Napoleon and junior Riley Murdock were named as honorable mention All-District.

Dawson had three players named to the All-District first-team and that was senior Amberly Jeane, junior Zoe Hill, and senior Alyssa Sinnette.

Dawson freshman Jordyn Sinnette was named District 22-6A "Newcomer of the Year."

Named to the All-District second-team from Dawson was Jordan Brown and Amelia Roden.