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2015 NCAA stats: Top 7 teams in assists from Central or Midwest

The following are Central and Midwest players and teams in the top 10 nationally, according to the first 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 Sept. 13.

Aces/Set
1. Brin Goldman, Southern Vermont 1.77
1. LaGrange 4.62

Total Aces
1. Arianna Hesterberg, Macalester 33
5. Angela Fusselman, St. Olaf 25
1. LaGrange 120
8. St. Olaf 95

Assists/Set
1. Danielle Bearden, Olivet 12.85
3. Christina Wilson, Dominican 11.83
4. Allison Zastrow, Washington-St. Louis 11.72
8. Brittany Laffin, UW-Stevens Point 11.19
9. Jaclyn Barrette, UW-La Crosse 11.06
10. Emily Mihalkanin, Millikin 10.97
1. Daniel Webster 14.18
3. Washington-St. Louis 13.56
4. Bethel 13.42
6. Dominican 13.37

Total Assists
1. Allison Zastrow, Washington-St. Louis 422
2. Jenna Smits, UW-Eau Claire 393
2. Lexi Thiel, UW-Oshkosh 393
6. Courtney Lemke, Augsburg 377
7. Mackenzie Harbaugh, Coe 375
9. Abby Born, MSOE 364
1. UW-Stout 495
2. Washington-St. Louis 488
3. Augsburg 487
4. UW-Oshkosh 474
5. UW-Eau Claire 461
6. Coe 456
7. Bethel 443

Blocks/Set
1. Felicia Wachowiak, Saint Joseph’s (Maine) 1.67
3. Mary Lawrence, Elmhurst 1.48
6. Emma Brunkhorst, UW-Stevens Point 1.42
1. Hollins 3.11
8. Gustavus Adolphus 2.52

Total Blocks
1. Nerissa Vogt, UW-Oshkosh 50
4. Anna Runge, Dubuque 43
5. Brittany Avonts, Lake Forest 41
6. Mary Lawrence, Elmhurst 40
1. UW-Oshkosh 97
4. UW-Stout 86.5

Digs/Set
1. Terra Schall, Allegheny 7.09
3. Caleigh Galvan, Lakeland 6.68
4. Camille Benson, Carleton 6.50
4. Hannah Picel, UW-Stevens Point 6.50
1. Allegheny 23.32
4. UW-Stevens Point 21.31
5. Lakeland 20.11
6. Coe 19.97

Total Digs
1. Caleigh Galvan, Lakeland 254
2. Mandy Trautmann, UW-Oshkosh 249
7. Camille Benson, Carleton 221
8. Olivia Sulentic, Simpson 212
9. Ali Arns, Coe 209
1. UW-Oshkosh 841
3. UW-Stout 794
5. Coe 779
6. Augsburg 775
7. Lakeland 764

Hitting Percentage
1. Hannah Nimrick, Elmhurst .483
5. Caroline Dupont, Washington-St. Louis .472
1. Emory .308
9. Chicago .280

Kills/Set
1. Kate Giddens, Trinity (Conn.) 5.67
3. Maren Loe, Chicago 5.12
9. Julia Zolnosky, Hamline 4.80
1. Washington-St. Louis 14.86
3. Bethel 14.30
5. Dominican 14.17

Total Kills
1. Ashley Peper, Augsburg 184
4. Julia Zolnosky, Hamline 168
6. Brianna Smith, Coe 160
8. Lucy Stevens, Carleton 141
10. Shelby Knowles, Wheaton (Ill.) 139
10. Kersten McDonough, Fontbonne 139
1. UW-Stout 536
2. Washington-St. Louis 535
3. Augsburg 534
4. UW-Oshkosh 527
5. Coe 524
6. UW-Eau Claire 488
9. Macalester 476
10. Bethel 472

Points/Set
1. Larysa Iwaskiw, Ramapo 6.39
3. Maren Loe, Chicago 6.00
10. Julia Zolnosky, Hamline 5.17

-Ricky Nelson

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Written by Ricky Nelson

September 16, 2015 at 2:00 am

Posted in Uncategorized

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  1. Some interesting stats in the Eastern Nazarene vs. Daniel Webster match. EN win 25-8, 22-25, 25-21, 25-20. EN finishes with 123 assists and DW has 140.

    StatsGuy

    September 16, 2015 at 3:44 pm

  2. That solves the query of how in the world Daniel Webster (0-8) can be leading the country in assists per set. Thank you!
    -Ricky Nelson

    Ricky Nelson

    September 16, 2015 at 4:29 pm


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