Sports Imports/AVCA Division II Women Player of the Week




Jessica Malcolm

   She had 22 kills in sweep over Cal Poly Pomona (photo courtesy Cal State Monterey Bay Athletics). 


NAME       Jessica Malcolm
SCHOOL Cal State Monterey Bay
CLASS  Junior
HOMETOWN Lodi, Calif.

                   Malcolm Breaks Program Record 


Nov. 18 - Jessica Malcolm, a junior outside hitter for Cal State Monterey Bay, has been named the Sports Imports/AVCA Division II National Player of the Week. It was a big week for Malcolm recording at least 20 kills in both matches. In their first match of the week, she smashed 22 kills (.316 hitting percentage) while reaching a double-double with 10 digs in the sweep of Cal Poly Pomona. Those 22 kills broke the program record for kills in a three-set match. She followed that up with another impressive performance against UC San Diego, where in three sets she tallied another 20 kills (hit .292), five digs and four blocks. With those two stellar performances, she became the first player in school history to record 20+ kills in a three-set match three times.


This is the second time a Cal State Monterey Bay student-athlete has garnered Sports Imports/AVCA Player of the Week honors, with the other coming from Rheann Fall on September 21, 2010. The Otters are coached by Jody Garry.



September 9 Haley Thompson Central Missouri MB RS-So.
September 16  Monica Turner  Minnesota-Duluth  MB  Jr. 
September 23  Allie Brak  Truman State  OH  Sr. 
September 30  Lauren Bevan  West Texas A&M  OH  Sr. 
October 7  Carly Sojka  Central Missouri  OH  So. 
October 14  Becca Acevedo  Palm Beach Atlantic  Sr. 
October 21  Kasey Williams  Concordia-St. Paul  Jr. 
October 28  Hailey Roberts  Tarleton State  OH  Fr. 
November 4  Hannah Tong  Findlay  OH  So. 
November 11  Alyssa Frauendorfer  Wayne State (NE)  MB  So. 
November 18  Jessica Malcolm  Cal St. Monterey Bay  OH  Jr. 


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