Edmond North's Kamryn Bacus named Gatorade's Oklahoma Volleyball Player of the Year
Edmond North's Kamryn Bacus needs to make more room on her trophy case.
The senior volleyball player was named Gatorade's 2019-20 Oklahoma Volleyball Player of the Year, the company announced Monday. Bacus is the third Husky to earn the honor, joining Hannah Rose Frohling (2015-16) and Erin Goddard (2001-02).
Bacus, a 6-foot outside hitter, posted dominant numbers this season while leading North to a Class 6A state title. The Lipscomb signee collected 617 kills, 410 digs, 69 blocks and 56 service aces while posting a .365 kill percentage.
“Kamryn Bacus was a beast this season,” Norman North coach Stephanie Kane said in a release. “She was their go-to player all around the court. She is an amazing player.”
Bacus was named The Oklahoman's All-City Volleyball Player of the Year and is a three-time first-team All-City member.
As a part of Gatorade’s cause marketing platform “Play it Forward,” Bacus has the opportunity to award a $1,000 grant to a local or national youth sports organization of her choosing. She's also a finalist for the Gatorade National Volleyball Player of the Year, which will be announced later this month.