Rolwes made the All-NCAC first team for the fourth consecutive year. The senior setter led DePauw with 1,113 assists to go along with her 143 kills and 291 digs.
Senior Keely McGrath earned All-NCAC second team honors and was named the 2015 NCAC Libero of the Year for the first time in her career. McGrath, who is a four-time All-NCAC selection, finished second among the conference during the regular season with 566 digs in 27 matches. She leaves as the all-time leader in digs at DePauw.
Wilson joined McGrath on the All-NCAC second team. This marks the third year for the junior to have made the All-NCAC second team. Wilson finished the year with 291 kills.
The Tigers saw their year come to an end with a 3-1 loss to Wittenberg in the NCAC Championship final. They finished 19-11 overall with a 5-3 NCAC record.