Adams finished the regular season with superior numbers, leading Region 10 Division II players with 0.75 aces per set. She was fifth on the stats list in total kills with 233. Adams averaged 2.88 kills and 2.46 digs per set.
Wrench was equally dependable around the court in her role at outside hitter. The sophomore averaged 2.43 kills and 3.10 digs per set during the regular season.
Woosley led Region 10 Division II in assists per set during the regular season for the second straight year, averaging 9.49. She totaled 769 assists.
Both Adams and Wrench have three seasons of college volleyball experience, having transferred to FTCC from their respective schools prior to the start of the COVID-shortened Spring 2021 season and taking advantage of the NJCAA’s eligibility waiver to extend their college careers.
Wrench transferred from Methodist University, while Adams came from Cape Fear CC.
Woosley was a two-year starter for FTCC. All three have played in all 129 sets in the Trojans’ last two seasons.
The three were mainstays this season for the Trojans (20-5), who finished third in the Region 10 Division II East before falling to West No. 2 seed Catawba Valley CC in the opening round of the regional tournament to end the season.