Stone Named to All-Pac-12 Team for Third Time


EUGENE, Ore. – For a third time in her Oregon career, senior middle blocker Ronika Stone has earned a spot on the All-Pac-12 Team as announced Tuesday morning by the league office. The San Jose, Calif., native averaged 3.22 kills per set and 3.95 points per set during her senior campaign, both career-best figures.

With her latest honor, Stone joins past UO standouts Liz Brenner (2011-14) and Lindsey Vander Weide (2015-18) as a three-time all-conference performer. Overall, racked up five all-Pac-12 accolades during her career having earned all-freshman and honorable mention selections in 2016.

“Ronika is one of the all-time great Ducks and very deserving of every honor and award she receives,” head coach Matt Ulmer said. “Over the course of her career at Oregon, she has transformed into a fantastic leader, mentor and role model.”

Stone finished her season ranked eighth in the Pac-12 in points per set (3.95) and ninth in kills per set (3.22). She put down at least 10 kills in 20 of 29 matches this season, including 10 outings with at least 15 kills. Stone had 10 or more kills in 13 conference outings, and matched her career high with 20 kills against Arizona State (Nov. 17).
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Defensively, she posted five or more blocks in nine matches including a season-high 11 blocks in the Ducks’ five-set win at USC (Nov. 24). She finished that match with 11 blocks, 11 digs and eight kills, one of two near triple-double efforts this season. Stone also had 19 kills, a career-high 15 digs and eight blocks against then-No. 24 Washington State (Nov. 10).

By season’s end, Stone had become the program’s all-time leader in hitting percentage (.336) and block assists (429). She also finishes her Oregon career ranked third all-time in total blocks (485) and became the fifth Duck to surpass 1,600 points during the rally-scoring era (since 2001).

The Pac-12 awards and teams are voted on by the league’s head coaches.