BABSON PARK, Mass.—Babson College seniors Elizabeth Cameron (El Dorado Hills, Calif.) and Kristin Carosotto (East Greenwich, R.I.) were two of 37 players selected to participate in the 2019 New England Women's Volleyball Association (NEWVA) Senior Classic All-Star Event.
The event, which features a skills competition prior to the 12:30 p.m. all-star match, will be held on Sunday at the Lahue Physical Education Center on the campus of Eastern Nazarene College in Quincy, Mass.
The 2019 New England Women's and Men's Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) and New England Women's Volleyball Association (NEWVA) Player of the Year, Cameron averaged 9.66 assists, 2.43 digs, 0.94 kills and 0.42 blocks per set in 34 matches this fall for the Green and White. She set new career highs in assists per set, digs per set and digs (253) as Babson recorded the fifth highest hitting percentage (.262) in Division III and the best in program history this season.
The most decorated player in school history, Cameron is a three-time American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) All-America honorable mention selection, a three-time AVCA and NEWVA all-region honoree, and the only player in Babson history to earn four straight all-conference first-team accolades. She ranks first all-time with 3,921 assists, fifth in service aces (158) and ninth in total blocks (212), and is the only player in Babson history to record more than 3,000 assists, 900 digs, 400 kills and 200 blocks.
A 2019 NEWVA all-region honorable mention selection, Carosotto collected averaged 2.08 kills and 0.83 blocks per set while hitting .267 in 33 matches this past fall. She recorded double-digit kill totals in seven contests, while finishing with at least four total blocks on 10 occasions.
An AVCA All-New England honorable mention and all-conference second-team choice in 2018, Carosotto is the Beavers' all-time leader with 322 total blocks. She also ranks fifth in school history in hitting percentage (.253) and is eighth all-time in both points (955.0) and kills (745).
Babson captured its second consecutive NEWMAC Tournament championship and finished the year at 33-2 overall after reaching the second round of the NCAA Tournament this past season.