Furman University alumna Christina Dorismond has been named one of the top 30 honorees from 446 school nominees for the 2014 NCAA Woman of the Year award.
The 2014 graduate finished her Furman career with a 3.98 GPA in chemistry, as well as a Southern Conference graduate scholarship and NCAA graduate scholarship. She ranks third all-time in career hitting percentage for the Paladins and was named to the 2014 SoCon All-Conference Team, as well as the All-Tournament team.
Ten women from each of the three divisions make up the top 30, spanning various NCAA sports. Dorismond is one of two Division I volleyball players named to the top 30.
The top 30 honorees reflect the pillars of the Woman of the Year award: outstanding achievements in academics, athletics, community service and leadership.
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