UCLA at USC

2016-09-21T19:00:00-07:00
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Pac-12 volleyball players of the week

OFFENSIVE: Khalia Lanier, SO, USC (Scottsdale, Ariz.) • 4.36 kpg, .400 hitting, 2.45 dpg, 4 SA, 4 blks • Named USC/LMU Tournament Most Valuable Player and selected to All-Tournament Team. • Produced her 17th-career double-double in win over No. 16 Michigan (19 kills, 12 digs), to helped then then-unranked Trojans to a 3-1 victory. • Maintained a .400 attack percentage with a 4.36 kills per set average and was effective out of back row. Also provided valuable defense with 27 digs. • First-career player of the week honor for Lanier, 69th all-time for USC. DEFENSIVE: Zana Muno, JR, UCLA (Hermosa Beach, Calif.) • 0.17 kpg, 1.000 hitting pct., 0.58 apg, 4.83 dpg, 0.2 ppg • Tied for the fourth-most digs in a single match in UCLA history on when she posted 34 against #20 Hawai'i in Honolulu. • Seventeen of the 34 digs came in sets two and three wins, while also notching a kill on an over-pass in a key, fifth-set rally. *Added 18 digs against Marquette on the previous day, helping the Bruins go 3-0 at the Texaco Rainbow Wahine Invitational. • It is the first-career weekly honor for Muno and 81st all-time for the Bruins. She was selected the Pac-12 Freshman of the Week twice in 2015. FRESHMAN: Mac May, FR, UCLA (Dubuque, Iowa) • 4.3 ppg, 3.58 kpg, .238 pct; 1.42 dpg; 0.5 bpg • Recorded 18 kills in a five-set triumph over #20 Hawai'i to close out the Texaco Rainbow Wahine Invitational, nearly adding a double-double (nine digs) to go along with three aces. • 17 kills in a four-set win over Marquette, averaging over four kills per set for the match. • Also had three blocks in each of her first two matches, which also included a 3-0 win over San Diego. • It is the seventh freshman weekly honor for the Bruins all-time. ALSO NOMINATED:Offensive: Kendra Dahlke, ARIZ; Oluoma Okaro, ASU; Alexa Smith, COLO; Lindsey Vander Weide, ORE; Mary-Kate Marshall, OSU; Kathryn Plummer, STAN; Mac May, UCLA; Adora Anae, UTAH; Carly DeHoog, WASH; Ella Lajos, WSU.Defensive: Devyn Cross, ARIZ; Halle Harker, ASU; Naghede Abu, COLO; Brooke Van Sickle, ORE; Kayla Ellis, OSU; Audriana Fitzmorris, STAN; Brittany Abercrombie, USC; Tawnee Luafalemana, UTAH; Jocelyn Urias, WSU.Freshman: Paige Whipple, ARIZ; Shelbie Dobmeier, ASU; Mima Mirkovic, CAL; Brynna Deluzio, COLO; Haylie Bennett, OSU; Meghan McClure, STAN; Brooke Botkin, USC; Dani Barton, UTAH; Lauren Sanders, WASH.

No. 19 USC Road Trips to Rockies to Face Buffs and Utes

The 19th-ranked Trojans (14-5, 6-2 Pac-12) head to the Rocky Mountains for a pair of pivotal Pac-12 matches to close the front half of the league schedule this weekend. The Women of Troy take on Colorado (14-5, 4-4) on Friday (Oct. 20) in Boulder, Colo., and then head to Salt Lake City to face 12th-ranked Utah (16-3, 7-1) on Sunday (Oct. 22).

First Half of Pac-12 Volleyball Season Wraps Up

This week marks the halfway point of the season, with the first half of Conference play wrapping up, then closing out the week with the start of the second half of league play. Kicking off the week’s action are ARIZONA and OREGON STATE on the Pac-12 Networks’ Spike Night on Wednesday. Two of the nation’s top blocking teams go head-to-head this week, as well, with No. 2 STANFORD hosting No. 14 WASHINGTON on Thursday on ESPNU. */

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