D III Women's Volleyball

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2016 NCAA stats: UM Morris, UW-La Crosse have national leaders

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. 11.

Aces/Set
1. Cleaya Antes, Notre Dame 2.25
1. Notre Dame 6.80

Total Aces
1. Phoebe Kane, St. John Fisher 30
6. Elissa Pheneger, North Central (Minn.) 23
1. Notre Dame 102

Assists/Set
1. Maddie Entinger, UW-La Crosse 12.27
7. Kayla Reeg, Westminster 10.85
1. Claremont-Mudd-Scripps 14.00
6. Northwestern 13.39
8. UW-La Crosse 13.05

Total Assists
1. Maddie Entinger, UW-La Crosse 454
2. Lexi Thiel, UW-Oshkosh 362
4. Nora Holtan, Gustavus Adolphus 331
6. Taylor Crandall, Nebraska Wesleyan 327
7. Hanna Reese, Coe 325
1. UW-La Crosse 483
3. Cornell 439
6. Gustavus Adolphus 429
8. UW-Oshkosh 410
9. Bethel 409
10. Carthage 404

Attacks/Set
1. Larysa Iwaskiw, Ramapo 15.00
2. Marissa Ekness, Minnesota Morris 14.97
1. Texas Dallas 42.62
3. Minnesota Morris 42.33
7. Augsburg 41.06
9. Webster 40.52

Total Attacks
1. Larysa Iwaskiw, Ramapo 510
2. Marissa Ekness, Minnesota Morris 494
8. Heather Sawchuk, UW-Eau Claire 366
1. LeTourneau 1,407
2. Minnesota Morris 1,397
4. Coe 1,370
8. Augsburg 1,355
9. Gustavus Adolphus 1,331

Blocks/Set
1. Lulu Schulz, Rhodes 2.20
8. Lauren Nevinski, Concordia Wisconsin 1.50
1. King’s 3.42
4. Blackburn 2.90
9. Concordia Wisconsin 2.64

Total Blocks
1. Lauren Holt, Springfield 50
9. Jessica Jablonski, UW-La Crosse 38
1. Shenandoah 97.5
3. UW-Oshkosh 84

Digs/Set
1. Jenelle Thompson, Saint Joseph’s (Maine) 7.33
4. Katie Reitsma, Minnesota Morris 6.82
10. Katie O’Toole, Webster 6.16
1. Westminster (Pa.) 23.45
9. Webster 20.44

Total Digs
1. Katie Reitsma, Minnesota Morris 225
7. Kennedy Hegert, Nebraska Wesleyan 181
7. Macey Terhell, Augsburg 181
9. Bri Piepenbrok, UW-Stevens Point 180
1. Shenandoah 741 
4. Minnesota Morris 665
6. Coe 661

Hitting Percentage
1. Mary Underman, Messiah .560
4. Elizabeth Kelley, Westminster (Mo.) .505
1. Johnson & Wales .317 

Opponent Hitting Percentage
1. Notre Dame -.277 (Seriously? C’mon Please stop Why? Finally some “competition”)
4. UW-Stevens Point .014

Kills/Set
1. Sarah Szybist, Rochester Tech 5.39
6. Heather Sawchuk, UW-Eau Claire 4.78
9. Marissa Ekness, Minnesota Morris 4.61
1. Cal Lutheran 14.75
1. Claremont-Mudd-Scripps 14.75
6. Northwestern 14.07

Total Kills
1. Sarah Szybist, Rochester Tech 205
5. Diamond Boyd, Cornell 156
6. Heather Sawchuk, UW-Eau Claire 153
7. Marissa Ekness, Minnesota Morris 152
8. Stephanie Henk, UW-La Crosse 143
1. UW-La Crosse 504
2. Gustavus Adolphus 469
5. Cornell 455
7. UW-Oshkosh 438
9. Bethel 435
10. Coe 433

Points/Set
1. Sarah Szybist, Rochester Tech 6.37
4. Alison Renz, Maranatha Baptist 5.71
7. Heather Sawchuk, UW-Eau Claire 5.31
10. Marissa Ekness, Minnesota Morris 5.08

Triple-Doubles
1. Dakota Pelach, Alma 4
8. Hanna Reese, Coe 1
8. Morgan Malley, Augsburg 1
8. Claire Ritchie, Loras 1
8. Hannah Nimrick, Elmhurst 1

-Ricky Nelson

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Written by Ricky Nelson

September 12, 2016 at 10:36 pm

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  1. Edit: Elizabeth Kelley, is ranked #4 not 6th

    Anonymous

    September 13, 2016 at 7:55 am

  2. “Opponent Hitting Percentage
    1. Notre Dame -.277 (Seriously? C’mon Please stop Why? Finally some “competition”)”

    Pretty funny!

    In 15 games (5 matches each a sweep), Notre Dame has allowed their opponent double-digits in scoring only 6 times! They have allowed 5 or less points in a game 5 times!

    Watch out Cal Lu!

    DIIIFan

    September 13, 2016 at 8:51 am

  3. Corrected. Thank you!
    -Ricky Nelson

    Ricky Nelson

    September 13, 2016 at 10:16 am

  4. DIII fan. I just looked them up. Must admit don’t know them or the teams they played but last night they went 6-0. Their opponents, Washington Adventist scored 4, 7,and 3. Are they for real? And when they go up that many don’t they throw in the second string for playing time at least?

    D3 dad

    September 14, 2016 at 7:53 pm


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