BYU’s Veronica Jones-Perry averaged 5.75 kills and 1.88 digs per set, while leading the Cougars to raod wins at Pepperdine and Loyola Marymount en route to West Coast Conference Player of the Week honors.
Against Pepperdine, the junior outside hitter notched a match-high 12 kills and nine digs.
In the five-set comeback victory over LMU, the West Jordan, Utah, native registered a career-high and BYU record 34 kills, while hitting at a .441 clip and adding six digs and three aces. The 34 putdowns were the most by a Cougar in the rally scoring era, besting a mark of 32 achieved twice, last in 2009.
The Player of the Week nod is Jones-Perry’s third of the season, following accolades on September 4 and October 2.