Girls Volleyball: The Suburban Life All-Area teamBy JOSHUA WELGEEmailFollowNov. 21, 2019 Led by Player of the Year Hattie Monson, here is the Suburban Life All-Area volleyball team. Grace Asleson, Lyons, senior, setter: Two-year starter and Stetson recruit led Lions to first West Suburban Silver title since 2014. Asleson had 708 assists and team-high 41 aces, was second in digs with 228 and had 55 kills. [Bill Ackerman - For Shaw Media]Gigi Barr, York, junior, outside hitter: Repeat all-area selection had 478 kills, recording her 1,000th career kill on Oct. 25. Also had 25 aces, 46 blocks and 268 digs. [Matthew Apgar - firstname.lastname@example.org]Sarah Burau, Wheaton Warrenville South, senior, setter: Four-year starter committed to Lehigh had 875 assists going into state, second-most in program history. Set career record for assists. Also had 96 kills, 51 aces, 215 digs and 48 solo blocks for 33-9 Class 4A runner-up.Anna Calcagno, St. Francis, senior, outside hitter: Four-year varsity starter and Marshall recruit had 432 kills, 20 aces, 40 blocks and 188 digs in leading Spartans to supersectional. Three-time all-conference, Calcagno finished her career with 923 kills, 72 aces, 146 blocks and 462 digs. [Mike Mantucca for Shaw Media]Madison Cuchran, Downers Grove North, junior, libero: Michigan commit is a game-changing libero, finishing the year with 558 digs, .95 serve-receive percentage, 37 aces and 88 assists. [Matthew Apgar - email@example.com]Sophie Gregus, Benet, senior, outside hitter: Illinois commit had team-high 244 kills going into state for eventual Class 4A champs. Also had 84 digs, 35 blocks and 33 aces.Katie Hurta, Nazareth, sophomore, outside hitter: Indiana recruit transferred from Lyons and helped lead Roadrunners to first state appearance and third place in Class 3A. Hurta had team-high 365 kills, 186 digs, 103 assists and 28 aces going into state.Addy Karmik, Downers Grove South, senior, setter: Four-year varsity starter, three-time all-conference and Wisconsin-Green Bay recruit led Mustangs to conference and regional titles. Karmik had 392 assists, 143 digs, 53 aces and 37 kills. [Sandy Bressner - firstname.lastname@example.org]Zayna Meyer, Wheaton Warrenville South, junior, outside hitter: BYU recruit made the ultimate sacrifice, moving from setter/right-side where she played the past two seasons to outside. Had 405 kills going into state, second-best in program history, with 48 aces, 310 digs and 45 blocks. [Matthew Apgar - email@example.com]Hattie Monson, Benet, senior, libero: Suburban Life Player of the Year. Notre Dame recruit had 350 digs, 95 assists and 22 aces going into the state tournament for eventual Class 4A state champs. [Matthew Apgar - firstname.lastname@example.org]Rachel Muisenga, Benet, junior, setter: Penn State recruit had 675 assists, 165 digs and 89 kills going into state for eventual Class 4A state champs. Muisenga also had 44 blocks and 31 aces. [Jeff Krage for Shaw Media]Ella Sandt, Nazareth, senior, setter: Four-year starter and St. Mary's recruit did it all for Roadrunners in leading team to first state appearance and third in Class 3A. Sandt had 703 assists, 254 digs and 73 kills going into state. Finished her career with more than 1,500 assists.