Mountain Ridge’s Mia DeCarlo and Northern’s Ady Taylor were named the co-Western Maryland Athletic Conference Players of the Year, with other players selected for the first and second-team all-conference. Northern's head coach Jamie Bailey received the WestMAC coach of the year award.

By the Numbers
  • Mountain Ridge went 11-3 overall and 6-2 in the WestMAC.
  • Northern achieved a 12-3 overall record and won the WestMAC with a 7-1 standing.
State of Play
  • DeCarlo led the Miners in service points, aces, and digs.
  • Taylor topped Northern with 48 aces and also recorded 17 blocks, 159 digs, and 428 sets.
  • All-WestMAC teams comprised players from Mountain Ridge, Northern, Allegany, Southern, and Fort Hill.
What's Next

DeCarlo committed to play college volleyball at the College of Southern Maryland, while Taylor is looking to continue her volleyball career at the college level. Both players have shown exceptional skills and leadership in their respective teams.

Bottom Line

Mia DeCarlo and Ady Taylor's exceptional performances as co-WestMAC Players of the Year highlight their leadership and skill in their teams, setting a standard for future volleyball players in the conference.