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Wed. April 11, 2012 | Laura Keeley | Email

Berkeley Prep's Dagostino recognized as top setter in the nation

Prep Volleyball honored Berkeley Prep senior Mackenzie Dagostino with the Andi Collins Award, a recognition that goes to the nation’s best senior setter.

Dagostino, a Maryland signee and daughter of Bucs head coach Randy Dagostino, helped lead Berkeley Prep to three straight state titles, including a Tampa Bay area record-tying 15th this past season. 

Dagostino was just as critical to Berkeley Prep’s three-peat as teammate Jordan Burgess, and both were naned co-players of the year by the Times. Not only did Dagostino run the frenetic offense with precision, but she was one of the top attacking weapons at the net from the right side, also forcing teams to account for her.

She also leaves Berkeley the winner of three state titles and is the program’s record holder in career and single-season assists. She averaged 12.3 assists a game (1156 total), team-high 62 aces, 43 blocks (second on team), 3.2 digs (second on team) and 2.7 kills a game (third on team).

Dagostino will enroll at Maryland in the fall.

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