Forest, Va. — Two University of Lynchburg volleyball players landed spots on the Old Dominion Athletic Conference's second-team, the ODAC office announced with its awards following Saturday's conference title match.
Frink, an outside hitter, repeated on the ODAC's second team after ranking fifth in the conference with 336 kills to go with 242 digs and 28 blocks, marks that ranked second and third on the team, respectively.
A two-time All-ODAC performer, Frink finished her career seventh on the Hornets' career kills list with 929 and fifth in attack attempts (2,698).
Stanford, a four-year starter at libero, moved up a team to the second tier after a fantastic season that saw her lead the league in digs-per-set at 5.69. Her 546 digs rank third on Lynchburg's single-season leaderboard, and she finished her career as Lynchburg's leading digger with 1,934 — a mark that ranks third on the ODAC's all-time leaderboard as well. She also served up 147 career aces, good enough for fifth in program history.
The 2019 season marked the third in the past four seasons that Lynchburg placed multiple players on the All-ODAC volleyball teams and the 12th time in program history that multiple Hornets landed spots on the all-conference second team or better.
Lynchburg finished 2019 with a 16-11 record and reached the ODAC tournament's quarterfinal round.