Here is Volleyball Players of the Week

June 30, 2022

Rude player of the Week:

Krystal Rivers * Alabama Senior * RS * 5-11 * Birmingham, Ala.

In his last two games for the Crimson Tide, Rivers has averaged 8.22 points and 7.22 disposals per set. She led the team in finishs (65) and completion percentage (.357). Rivers became the all-time Alabama finishs leader in the Ole Miss game, surpassing former record holder Erin Heffner (2001-04) for the school record. She ended her career with 2,148 pass aways. She tied a career high with eight assists against LSU, including six in the third set. Rivers finished with 2,506. 0 career points, which is also a school record.

Defensive player of the Week:

Carly kan * Missouri Senior * oh * 5-9 * Honolulu, Hawaii

Can managed a team-high 18 digs in each game last week, which is 6.00 digs per set, as the Tigers won a portion of the 2016 SEC championship title. She surpassed 1,400 career graves at Mizzou, ranking fourth all-time on the Mizzou volleyball graves list. Can’s 2.90 career digs ranked among the top 10 of all time on Mizzou’s volleyball digs per set list. She finished the regular season by defeating the Tigers in a single game 11 times.

Setter of the Week:

Allie Monserez * Florida Redshirt Sophomore • 5-9 * Windermere, Fla.

Monserez averaged 12.86 assists per set last week as the Gators won part of this year’s SEC championship. She tallied 52 assists in UF’s sweep of Arkansas, the second-highest total by a Division I player in a 3-set match this season. Monserez helped the gators hit.315 for the week, inclusive.412 at Arkansas, the eighth time this season the Gators have reached the top.400. She continues to lead the country in assists per set (12.29), and is the only player in the country to have an average of more than 11.93.

First year of the week:

Hollan Hans * Texas A&M Freshman * oh * 6-1 * Corpus Christi, Texas

Hans led Texas A&M with 4.50 points per set and finished for the team with 4.00 disposals per set as the Aggies went 2-0 for the week. She earned all-game honors for disposals and points in the 3-1 win over LSU with a career-high 20 disposals and 22.5 points. His 22.5 points are the most scored by an A&M player this season (3, 4 or 5 sets), and his 20 disposals are the most scored by an A&M player in a four-set match this season.