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Pac-12 Women’s Volleyball Weekly Awards - March 2, 2021

Mar 2, 2021

Offensive Player of the Week: Marin Grote, JR, MB, WASHINGTON (Burbank, Calif.)

2.57 KPS, .593 Pct., .14 DPS, 1.71 BPS, 3.4 PPS

  • Junior Marin Grote had a pair of blocks and 7 kills on 10 swings in Washington’s 3-0 sweep against Utah last Thursday, Feb. 25.
  • The junior was scorching on offense and a force at the net on defense as Washington went 2-0 against previously unbeaten No. 7 Utah.
  • In Saturday's second match, Grote had her first career double-double with a career-high tying 11 kills and a career-high 10 blocks as Washington held Utah to a season-low .150 attack percentage.
  • Grote hit .593 for the week to improve to .328 on the season and now ranks second in the league with 1.28 blocks per set. 

Defensive Player of the Week: Zoe Fleck, JR, LB, UCLA (Granada Hills, Calif.)

6.14 DPS, .1 PPS, 1 SA

  • Junior Zoe Fleck, who is third among Pac-12 players in digs per set (3.92), has reached double figures in digs in all 10 matches for The Bruins, surpassing the 20-dig mark for the second time as a Bruin on Feb.19 at Arizona State .
  • Zoe Fleck was flying all over the floor in two victories over Arizona, producing a season best of 25 digs on Friday Feb. 26 and 18 digs on Sunday Feb. 28, totaling 43 digs (6.14 per set).
  • The junior had at least four digs in all seven sets, producing eight digs in a set twice in The Bruins match against Arizona last Friday, Feb. 26. 
  • She topped off her impressive weekend performance with an ace, as the 15th-ranked Bruins completed a weekend sweep of Arizona.

Freshman of the Week: Madi Endsley, FR, OH, WASHINGTON (Temecula, Calif.)

3.29 KPS, .304 Pct., 0.86 DPS, 0.86 BPS, 3.9 PPS

  • Freshman Madi Endsley played a large role in Washington's series sweep of 7th-ranked Utah, giving the Utes their first losses of the season.
  • In the first match-up between the Huskies and the Utes, Endsley had her second match this year with double-figure kills and above a .400 attack percentage as she had 12 kills at a .455 clip to help UW to a sweep. 
  • In the rematch, the freshman had 11 more kills and was in on 4 of Washington's 17 blocks in the four set win against Utah. 
  • The Huskies now lead the Pac-12 at 10-2. 


Offensive: Meegan Hart, COLO; Karson Bacon, ORE; Mac May, UCLA; Dani Drews, UTAH; Pia Timmer, WSU.

Defensive: Jenna Ewert, COLO; Abby Hansen, ORE; Phoebe Grace, UTAH; Marin Grote, WASH; Magda Jehlarova, WSU.

Freshman: Lydia Grote, CAL; Allison Jacobs, UCLA. 

  Offensive Defensive Freshman
Jan. 26 Dani Drews, Utah Georgia Murphy, Oregon Marta Levinska, Arizona State
Feb. 2 Samantha Drechsel, Washington Magda Jehlarova, Washington State Sofia Maldonado Diaz, Arizona
Feb. 9 Dani Drews, Utah Kamaile Hiapo, Arizona Madi Endsley, Washington
Feb. 15 Brooke Nuneviller, Oregon Brooke Nuneviller, Oregon Mychael Vernon, Oregon State
Feb. 22 Ella May Powell, Washington Shannon Crenshaw, Washington Sofia Maldonado Diaz, Arizona 
March 1 Marin Grote, Washington Zoe Fleck, UCLA Madi Endsley, Washington