Cal Baptist has been one of the best surprises for the 2018 women’s volleyball season.
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.
The American Athletic Conference has announced the winners of the league’s weekly volleyball honors for the week ending on October 14: Cincinnati’s Jordan Thompson and UCF’s Jordan Pingel.
She already leads the nation in scoring and in kills per set, but you can add two other notes on Cincinnati’s Jordan Thompson’s resume – American Athletic Conference and Cincinnati record holder for kills in a match.
If Thompson continues her current offensive pace, she’s going to break a lot more records this season.
UNLV has folllowed the nation’s top server Mariena Hayden to a 2.10 aces per set average to lead the team category. After seven weeks of play, here is a look at the NCAA Division I statistical rankings.
Through two weeks of American play, UCF, Cincinnati and Tulsa remain undefeated against conference opponents this season with 3-0 records. The top of the league’s standings will clash over the weekend when UCF welcomes Tulsa to the Venue on Friday, October 5.
Weber State’s Hannah Hill and Florida Gulf Coast’s Sheronda Pickering have hit at a .451 clip, the best mark nationally thus far in 2018. Check out the rest of the national individual and team leaders through Week 6.
The American Athletic Conference has announced the winners of the league’s weekly volleyball honors for the week ending on September 30: Cincinnati’s Maria Mallon and Tulsa’s Taylor Horsfall.
Five weeks into the 2018 season and after one week of conference action, here’s a look at who leads the nation statistically.