Falcone headlines the year's recipients as the only four-time AVCA All-American after being selected to the second team in 2010, 2011 and the first team in 2012. The 6-8 middle blocker from Lindenhurst, N.Y. ranks first nationally in hitting percentage (.535), fourth blocks per set (1.23) and in the top-20 in aces per set (0.44). He has powered Springfield to the top-seed in the upcoming NCAA Championship for the second-straight season.
Pelletier, who hails from Burnt Hills, N.Y., has had a tremendous senior season to earn AVCA All-America accolades for the first time in his career. One of the top players for the top-ranked team in the nation, Pelletier leads the Pride averaging 3.23 kills per set as he has totaled a team-best 300 kills. He ranks second on the team in aces (28), third in digs (127) and blocks (69).
In his junior campaign, O'Leary has been a dynamic force in the middle as he picked up his first-ever AVCA All-America honor. The 6-6 middle blocker from Reading, Pa. enters the NCAA Championship ranked nationally in the top-10 in blocks per set with 1.07 and is third on the team with 175 kills while hitting at a .514 clip.