BYU’s Jones-Perry Tabbed as WCC Player of the Week

  0 volleymob | September 03rd, 2018 | College - Women's Indoor, News, WCC

Courtesy: West Coast Conference

SAN BRUNO, Calif. – The West Coast Conference has named its Volleyball Player of the Week for September 3, 2018.


Senior outside hitter Roni Jones-Perry helped BYU women’s volleyball claim the BYU Nike Invitational title last week, which included an upset win over then-No. 1 Stanford.

Against West Virginia, Jones-Perry led all players with 13 kills while hitting at a .417 clip to go along with six digs. Then, against the top-ranked Cardinal, she put up a team-best 20 kills and 10 digs (one shy of her career high) for a double-double to go with five blocks and two aces. Against Wichita State, Jones-Perry put up a match-high 16 kills on a career-high .682 hitting percentage. She also added eight digs in the sweep.

On the week, she averaged 4.45 kills per set, 5.36 points per set and 2.18 digs per set while hitting at a .444 clip. For her efforts, Jones-Perry was added to the all-tournament team and named the Most Valuable Player of the invitational.

The senior also posted her 1,000th career kill vs. Stanford.

Also Nominated: Lindsey Calvin, Saint Mary’s; Lauren Fuller, San Diego; Kathya Garcia, San Francisco; Kaitlyn Lines, Pacific; Katelyn Oppio, Gonzaga; Reghan Pukis, Portland; Tess Reid, Loyola Marymount; Blossom Sato, Pepperdine

2018 WCC Volleyball Player of the Week 

9/3/18 – Roni Jones-Perry, BYU

8/27/18 – Shayla Hoeft, Portland

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