During last week's inaugural athletics department cord ceremony, volleyball senior Becca Haraf was provided the opportunity to reflect on his time at Liberty.
Haraf was among the 60-plus student-athletes that received cords signifying that they are an NCAA Division I student-athlete. The cord is to be worn during Saturday's commencement ceremonies.
During her four-year career on the volleyball court, Haraf helped the Lady Flames capture three Big South regular-season championships, while claiming the conference tournament title and subsequent NCAA postseason berth in 2011 and 2012. She finished her senior season ranked third on the team with a 2.37 digs-per-set average. For her career, Haraf totaled 767 digs and 76 aces.
Haraf, a defensive specialist from Arlington Heights, Ill., will graduate with a 4.0 GPA as a biology/pre-med major and will receive her degree tomorrow. She was named to the 2013 Capital One Academic All-America® Division I Volleyball second team. Haraf is a two-time member of the Big South All-Academic Team, and was voted the 2012 Big South Co-Scholar-Athlete of the Year. In 2012, she earned inclusion on the VaSID Academic All-State team. Haraf has received Big South Presidential Honor Roll mention three times during her career.
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