Seven of the eight host institutions won, including two in five-sets on night one of the NIVC Tournament. In total, seven of the 16 matches went the distance.
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.
The Falcons defeated the Kent State Golden Flashes in four sets (3-1) on Saturday, Nov. 10 to earn back-to-back MAC Regular Season titles, and the No. 1 seed in the 2018 MAC Tournament. Additionally, Kallie Seimet became BGSU’s all-time leader with an updated total of 2,300 career digs.
Hannah Hill of Weber State is the most efficient hitter nationally for the second straight week, boasting a .458 effort….
After week 8, the midway point of some conference seasons, here’s a look at the NCAA Division I statistical leaders.
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.
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.
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.
After leading No. 7 Minnesota past No. 3 Wisconsin and Indiana in sweeps, senior setter Samantha Seliger-Swenson has been selected as the VolleyMob Player of the Week.
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.