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Pac-12 Women’s Volleyball Weekly Awards - March 16, 2021

Mar 16, 2021

Offensive Player of the Week: Magda Jehlarova, So., MB, WASHINGTON STATE (Prerov, Czech Republic)
2.43 KPS, .467 Pct., 0.71 DPS, 1.14 BPS, 3.0 PPS

  • The sophomore led WSU to a series sweep of Oregon State last weekend.
  • Hit .467 with 17 kills against just three errors on 30 swings as the Cougars rolled to the sweep in seven sets.
  • 11 kills on 18 attacks with just two errors in WSU’s first match against OSU and hit .500 overall and added three total blocks.
  • In the Cougars' second match, posted six kills, five blocks, four digs and hit .417 overall.
  • Currently leads the Pac-12 in hitting percentage at .450 and is third in the Pac-12 in blocks per set at 1.23 and in solo blocks at 10.

Defensive Player of the Week: Lauren Sanders, Sr., MB, WASHINGTON (Snohomish, Wash.)
1.88 BPS, 1.13 KPS, 333 Pct. 

  • Totaled 15 blocks, including three solo, as Washington swept USC for the first time since 2014.
  • In a 3-0 win on Sunday, Sanders had 10 blocks in just three sets, a career-best for a three-set match.
  • It marked just the fifth time in the 25-point era that a Husky had 10 blocks in a three setter.
  • Moved into a tie for fourth on the UW career blocks list with 492.

Freshman of the Week: Madi Endsley, Fr., OH, WASHINGTON (Temecula, Calif.)
3.38 KPS, .333 Pct., 0.63 DPS, 0.38 BPS, 4.1 PPS

  • Hit .333 for the week with 3.38 kills per set as Washington swept the season series from USC for the first time since 2014.
  • Set a new career-best with 18 kills in the five-set win on Friday, hitting .366 with just three errors on 41 attempts.
  • In 3-0 sweep on Sunday, Endsley added nine kills and four aces.


Offensive: Paige Whipple, ARIZ; Shannon Shields, ASU; Leah Clayton, COLO; Mac May, UCLA; Dani Drews, UTAH; Madi Endsley, WASH.

Defensive: Emery Herman, ARIZ; Annika Larson, ASU; Jenna Ewert, COLO; Zoe Fleck, UCLA; Kennedi Evans, UTAH; Magda Jehlarova, WSU. 

Freshman: Emery Herman, ARIZ; Marta Levinska, ASU; Maya Tabron, COLO; Kate Lane, UCLA; Julianna Dalton, WSU.

  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
March 9 Brooke Nuneviller, Oregon Meegan Hart, Colorado  Anastasija Svetnik, Oregon State
March 16 Magda Jehlarova, Washington State Lauren Sanders, Washington  Madi Endsley, Washington