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.
Five weeks into the 2018 season and after one week of conference action, here’s a look at who leads the nation statistically.
UNLV’s Mariena Hayden was selected as the Mountain West Offensive Player of the Week for a Conference best third consecutive week, while Wyoming’s Reed Copeland earned the MW Defensive Player of the Week honors for contests through Sept. 23.
UNLV, Colorado State, and Wyoming all won to stay atop the Mountain West, while Boise State earned first conference win.
Syracuse outlasted Wyoming in 5, while Iowa registered its first road win at Iowa State since 1997. The Hawkeyes and Cyclones met as part of the Iowa Corn Cy-Hawk series.
Loyola Marymount checks in at the top of the rankings in both kills per set (16.03) and assists per set (15.13), while Emma Johnson has hit at a .529 clip and Tess Reid is tops nationally in assists per set (13.19).
UNLV’s Mariena Hayden was selected as the Mountain West Offensive Player of the Week, while Wyoming’s Reed Copeland earned the MW Defensive Player of the Week for action through Sept. 8.
Wyoming was able to pull off a top-15 upset as they took down Colorado at home 3-2.
The Rumble in the Rockies title will be on the line Saturday night after both Colorado and host Wyoming went 2-0 on opening day.
Taylor Louis of Iowa has more career kills than anyone returning to D-I women’s NCAA volleyball in 2018.