Bowling Green’s Kallie Seimet defends her title of MAC Player of the Year and MAC Defensive Player of the Year. The Oregon, Ohio native is the first student-athlete in conference history to claim both titles in back-to-back seasons.
Ball State’s Ellie Dunn, Kate Avila and Amber Seaman earn MAC West honors, while Buffalo’s Andrea Mitrovic, Kent State’s Erin Gardner and Ohio’s Vera Giacomazzi garnered MAC East accolades.
Cincinnati’s Jordan Thompson averaged 7.89 kills, 3.00 digs and 0.56 blocks per set, while hitting .400 in wins over Tulsa and Wichita State in a record-setting weekend en route to her second VolleyMob Player of the Week honor.
Ball State’s Amber Seaman earned her third straight and fourth Setter of the Week nod, while Buffalo sophomore Andrea Mitrovic was named the MAC East Offensive Player of the Week and junior Scout McLerran was named Setter of the Week.
Ball State’s Ellie Dunn, Kate Avila, Amber Seaman earn MAC West Offensive, Defensive and Setter of the Week nods, while Akron’s Kayla Gwozdz and Bowling Green’s Kallie Seimet and Isabelle Marciniak pick up the MAC East accolades.
Two players from Buffalo as well as one each from Northern Illinois, Bowling Green, Eastern Michigan and Ball State were honored by the MAC for their Week 6 efforts.
Courtesy: Mid-American Conference The MAC introduced a setter of the week award for the 2018 season with Buffalo’s Scout McLerran…
Ohio heads into 2018 as the preseason favorite in the MAC.
Michigan outlasts upstart Ball State in four matches at the CSU Tournament.
#20 Colorado State survives an early scare from Ball State to win in four sets.