Player of the WeekCollege WomenDivision III Women
Tessa Grover of Nazareth is the AVCA/GameChanger Division III National Player of the Week.
At Elmira, she recorded her nation-leading fifth triple-double of the season with 14 kills, 17 assists, and 13 digs. For the week, she had 26 kills (4.33/set), 27 assists (4.5/set) and 16 digs, and she hit .533. She becomes Nazareth’s second National Player of the Week, joining Christa Downey (Oct. 28, 2002).
Player of the WeekCollege WomenDivision II Women
Maggie Brahmer of Wayne State (NE) is the AVCA/GameChanger Division II National Player of the Week. The junior lit it up during a week in which the Wildcats posted three sweeps, including two against Top-10 opponents. She averaged 5.28 P/S, 4.44 K/S, and 1.44 B/S to go with a conference-best .633 hitting percentage. In the win over No. 6 St. Cloud State, she had 11 kills and six blocks, then at No. 10 Minnesota-Duluth, she had 15 kills and seven blocks. She opened the week by hitting .875 against Peru State.
Player of the WeekCollege WomenDivision I Women
Audrey Leak of Yale is the AVCA/GameChanger Division II National Player of the Week. The junior posted career-highs in kills on consecutive nights, starting with 23 kills in the sweep of Penn and then coming back with 24 kills in a four-set win over Princeton. For the week, she averaged 6.71 K/S and 7.07 P/S and hit .482. She is the first Yale athlete to ever be named the Division I National Player of the Week.
Player of the WeekHigh SchoolHigh School Girls
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