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2013 NCAA stats: C/MW has 5 national leaders

The following are Central and Midwest players and teams in the top 10 nationally, according to the fourth stats release of the season. The national leader is listed regardless of region. Players and teams not from the Central or Midwest regions are listed in italics.

Stats are through Oct. 6.

Aces/Set
1. Susy Camaj, Manhattanville 1.09
1. Lehman 3.56

Assists/Set
1. Taya Kockelman, Saint Benedict 11.98
3. Emily McCourt, Augsburg 11.54
8. Krista Stoltz, Northwestern 10.76
1. Saint Benedict 13.63
4. Augsburg 13.23
8. Nebraska Wesleyan 12.83
9. St. Thomas 12,83

Blocks/Set
1. Alivia Holman, UW-Whitewater 1.54
5. Cari Miller, Northwestern 1.35
8. Megan Reynolds, Elmhurst 1.31
1. Richard Stockton 2.91
2. UW-Stevens Point 2.81
5. Webster 2.68
7. St. Thomas 2.57
9. UW-Whitewater 2.51

Digs/Set
1. Emily Marguerite, Denison 7.33
3. Camille Benson, Carleton 6.39
10. Kylea Weber, Cornell 5.98
1. Principia 21.80
2. Dominican 20.63
3. Edgewood 20.63

Hitting Percentage
1. Raea Rasmussen, WIlliams .452
5. Mackenzie Harbaugh, Coe .404
6. Kelly Foley, St. Thomas .401
9. Brittany Avonts, Lake Forest .386
10. Megan Reynolds, Elmhurst .384
1. Calvin .315
9. Elmhurst .268

Kills/Set
1. Allie Frappier, Pomona-Pitzer 5.64
2. Shelby Switzer, North Park 4.97
3. Audrey Krajec, Millikin 4.88
5. Ashley Peper, Augsburg 4.69
7. Tess Rountree, Principia 4.50
9. Laci Peterson, Maranatha 4.40
1. Saint Benedict 14.41
3. Augsburg 14.26
8. St. Thomas 13.86
10. Nebraska Wesleyan 13.79

Points/Set
1. Allie Frappier, Pomona-Pitzer 6.06
2. Audrey Krajec, Millikin 5.66
3. Shelby Switzer, North Park 5.60
4. Tess Rountree, Principia 5.48
6. Laci Peterson, Maranatha 5.23
8. Ashley Peper, Augsburg 5.16

Winning Percentage
1. Two tied 1.000
8. St. Thomas .947

Neither here nor there, but I have a thing for names. While scanning the stats report this week I saw New Rochelle has a player named Indigo Flowers high among the Aces/Set leaders. Yup, I like it.

-Ricky Nelson

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Written by Ricky Nelson

October 8, 2013 at 1:55 pm

Posted in Uncategorized

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