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Pac-12 announces volleyball players of the week

Nov 4, 2019

Offensive: Khalia Lanier, SR, OH, USC (Scottsdale, Ariz.)
6.22 KPS, .296 Pct., 0.22 APS, 2 SA, 0.44 BPS, 6.7 PPS
• Earned 56 kills on the week to collect her 1,800th career kill, good for third all-time at USC and 25th all-time in Pac-12 history (1,807).
• Helped USC upset then-No. 12 Washington last week (3-2) marking the Trojan’s third victory over a ranked team this season.
• Posted 33 kills against Washington, the most in a sigle match by a USC player since 2011 and tied for 10th most in school history.
• Became only the third Trojan to cross the 2,000-career points plateau and moved into second all-time in career attacks at USC.
• 23 kills on .288 hitting in the four-set road loss to then-No. 22 Washington State.
• Earns fourth-career offensive player of the week honor and USC’s 77th all-time.

Defensive: Kenzie Koerber, JR, OH, Utah (Chino Hills, Calif)
2.80 KPS, .268 Pct., 3.00 DPS, 0.80 BPS, 3.5 PPS
• Recorded two doubles-doubles to help No. 16 Utah claim a pair of five-set wins over Arizona State and Arizona.
• Had a career-high 20 digs and a team-high 17 kills against the Sun Devils.
• Posted 10 digs, and a team- and career-high six blocks in the win over the Wildcats.
• Collects her second-career defensive player of the week award and 14th all-time for the Utes. 

Freshman: Magda Jehlárová, FR, MB, Washington State (Prerov, Czech Republic)
2.86 KPS, .429 Pct., 1.43 BPS, 3.7 PPS
• Helped then-No. 22 Washington State defeat the Trojans last week (3-1) to complete its first season sweep of the Trojans since 1986.
• Followed up with 13 kills on .455 hitting, adding six blocks, in the win over the Trojans.
• Earned a team-leading kills (7) and total blocks (4) against UCLA.
• Leads the Conference in blocks per set (1.53) after posting 10 blocks on the week.
• Earns second-career weekly honor, first freshman of the week award and Washington State’s seventh all-time freshman of the week.

Offensive: Julia Patterson, ARIZ; Bailee Huizenga, CAL; Jenna Ewert, COLO; Ronika Stone, ORE; Audriana Fitzmorris, STAN; Mac May, UCLA; Dani Drews, UTAH; Shannon Crenshaw, WASH;  Hannah Pukis, WSU.
Defensive: Courtney Leffel, ASU; Meegan Hart, COLO; Grace Massey, OSU; Morgan Hentz, STAN; Savvy Simo, UCLA; Raegan LeGrand, USC; Lauren Sanders, WASH; Alexis Dirige, WSU.
Freshman: Iman Isanovic; ASU, Elissa Alcantara, COLO; Natalie Berty, STAN; Lexi Hadrych, UCLA; Zoe Weatherington, UTAH.

  Offensive Defensive Freshman
Sept. 2 Savannah Rennie, California Courtney Leffel, Arizona State Kylie Robinson, Oregon
Sept. 9 Kathryn Plummer, Stanford Meegan Hart, Colorado Jill Schneggenburger, Colorado
Sept. 16 Kara Bajema, Washington Jasmine Gross, USC Kalen Owes, USC
Sept. 23 Kara Bajema, Washington Avie Niece, Washington Kendall Kipp, Stanford
Sept. 30 Kara Bajema, Washington Grace Massey, Oregon State Kylie Robinson, Oregon
Oct. 7 Audriana Fitzmorris, Stanford Madeleine Gates, Stanford Kendall Kipp, Stanford
Oct. 15  Kenzie Koerber, Utah Magda Jehlárová, Washington State Kendall Kipp, Stanford
Oct. 21 Mima Mirkovic, California Shayne McPherson, Washington Iman Isanovic, Arizona State
Oct. 28 Mac May, UCLA Morgan Hentz, Stanford Lexi Hadrych, UCLA
Nov. 4 Khalia Lanier, USC Kenzie Koerber, Utah Magda Jehlárová, Washington State