Richard Stockton College’s Stephanie Warner was selected to American Volleyball Coaches Association’s second team and Nicole Serekian earned honorable mention.

Both Warner and Serekian received the honors for the second consecutive season.

Warner was named All-New York Region for the third straight time. She also was chosen New Jersey Athletic Conference Player of the Year for the second consecutive season, joining Whitney Verduin (2004-05) as the only Ospreys ever to win the award twice.

Warner collected her fourth straight NJAC First Team nod after leading Stockton to its fifth straight league championship and NCAA tournament berth.

The senior ranked fifth in the nation in hitting percentage (.414) and finished as the NJAC leader in the category again. She also led the conference in blocks (1.05 bps, 39th in NCAA) and was third in kills (2.98 kps).

Serekian finished ninth in the NJAC in hitting percentage (.258) while leading the league in kills (3.35 kps). The right-side hitter was named to the NJAC first team for the second straight season after being named NJAC Rookie of the Year and NJAC Honorable Mention in 2010.

The junior also was voted to the AVCA All-New York Region Team.