The Travis High School volleyball program under head coach Nicole Hitt has been a playoff regular. The 2019 season was no different even with the roster featuring only two seniors.
The Lady Tigers battled through a deep District 20-6A field to finish tied with Dulles for third place at 9-5.
Another successful season for the Lady Tigers resulted in six selections to the District 20-6A all-district team including three on the first team.
Junior outside hitter Karina Garoni, right-side hitter/defensive specialist/setter Brianna McDonald and junior defensive specialist Isabella DeLeon were named to the all-district first team.
Garoni had 233 kills, 352 digs, 45 aces and 16 blocks in 107 sets. She averaged 3.3 digs and 2.2 kills per set.
McDonald had 241 digs, 178 kills, 15 aces and 14 blocks in 107 sets. She averaged 2.3 digs and 1.7 kills per set.
DeLeon had 321 digs, 42 serve receptions, 26 aces and 12 kills in 81 sets. She averaged 4.0 digs per set.
Freshman middle blocker/outside hitter Ryan Williams, junior setter Kyla Lilly and senior outside hitter Madysin Leighton were named to the all-district second team.
Williams had 126 kills, 49 blocks and 24 solo blocks 94 sets. She averaged 1.3 kills per set.
Lilly had 498 assists, 216 digs and 26 aces in 108 sets played. She averaged 4.6 assists per set.
Leighton had 95 kills, 73 digs, 26 blocks and 16 aces in 98 sets. She averaged a kill per set.
Junior setter Anna Kate Glath earned honorable mention to the all-district team.
Glath had 392 assists, 86 digs, 41 kills and 10 aces in 108 sets. She averaged 3.6 assists per set.
Alicia Williams, Kyla Lilly, Madysin Leighton, Karina Garoni, Shantel Chime, Brianna McDonald, Anna Kate Glath and Kynzie Lilly were named to the academic all-district team.
The Lady Tigers were bi-district finalists against Cinco Ranch with a 22-17 overall record.