WALNUT CREEK, Calif. - Three Bruins were named to the All-Pac-12 Teams, as announced by the conference on Tuesday. Junior Karsta Lowe earned All-Pac-12 First Team accolades, senior Kelly Reeves was named All-Pac-12 Honorable Mention and Claire Felix was recognized on the Pac-12 All-Freshman Team.
Lowe earns her first all-conference award after leading the Bruins with 4.31 kills and 4.68 points per set. The junior was also second with a .290 hitting percentage to go with 0.61 blocks and 0.75 digs per set. Lowe had double figures in kills in 29 of 30 matches, including each of the last 24 contests of the year, and ended the regular season ranked 25th in the nation in kps and 32nd in pps. Lowe surpassed the 20-kill mark eight times and hit at least .400 in a match on seven occasions.
Reeves received her second all-conference nod, earning First Team honors in 2011. The senior tied for the team lead with 24 aces and was second with 2.81 kps and 3.17 dps. Reeves had 23 double-figure digs matches, 14 double-figure kills contests and 14 double-doubles. She posted an ace in 18 matches and was one of only two Bruins to start all 30 contests. Reeves concludes her career with 1,186 career digs, putting her ninth in UCLA history.
Felix played in 26 matches, making four starts, in her first season in Westwood. She averaged 1.74 kps and 0.47 bps, hitting .269. Felix came on strong at the end of the year, producing 33 kills and a .407 hitting percentage over her last four matches. Her season highs in kills (14) and hitting (.591) came in a win at Oregon State on Oct. 12.
The Bruins have had 97 All-Pac-10/12 selections (61 first-teamers) over the last 27 seasons, as well as 40 All-Freshman Team honorees.