FAYETTEVILLE — Following a standout senior campaign with the University of Arkansas volleyball team, Roslandy Acosta has realized the life-long dream of playing professional volleyball. She has signed a professional contract to play with Valencianas de Juncos of the Puerto Rico Superior League. An All-America candidate, Acosta was named an AVCA All-South Region First Team performer following a season in which she averaged 3.15 kills per set, tallied seven double-double performances and had double-digit kill figures in the final 15 matches of the season. She closed out her Razorback career with a career-high 20 kills against Wichita State in the NCAA Tournament. For her efforts on the court, Acosta was also voted to the All-SEC First Team, and during the year, was named the MVP of the season-opening Arkansas Invitational and earned all-tournament honors at the adidas/Michigan Challenge. The Vargas, Venezuela, native closed out her two-year Razorback career with 591 kills. She joined Arkansas prior to the 2011 season after spending two years at Cowley College where she was an All-American and the 2010 AVCA Two-Year National Player of the Year. Acosta will be one of two former Razorbacks to play in the Puerto Rican league, joining Yarleen Santiago (1997-99) who plays for Gigantes de Carolina. For more information regarding Razorback volleyball or University of Arkansas athletics, please visit ArkansasRazorbacks.com. Fans can also keep up with Arkansas volleyball through the team’s sport-specific RazorbackVB Facebook and Twitter pages.