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Shepherd's Peyton Lindblad

Lindblad earns MEC volleyball Player Of The Week honors

BRIDGEPORT, W.Va. – Shepherd’s Peyton Lindblad has been named the Mountain East Conference Player of the Week after helping the Rams to three conference wins last week.

Lindblad, a junior from Spotsylvania, Va., helped the Rams by averaging 20 kills in each of Shepherd’s three wins last week. In a win over Fairmont State, she had 18 kills to go with three aces and four blocks. She then hit .421 with 20 kills and four digs as the Rams topped Notre Dame in three sets. Lindblad wrapped up her week with 22 kills on 51 attempts with just three errors as Shepherd picked up a key five-set win over Urbana.

Other Top Performances
Stephanie Sylvester (WJU) averaged 14.57 assists per set as No. 20 Wheeling Jesuit earned non-conference wins over Seton Hill and Malone … Hannah Delor (UU) had two double-doubles in three matches last week for the Blue Knights … Hannah Bradford (WVWC) went over the 1,000 career digs last week for the Bobcats … Taylor Wisniewski (FSU) had 19 kills and 17 blocks in three matches … Lizzie Willis (NDC) totaled 30 kills, eight aces and six blocks in three contests…Tabi Pontious (WVSU) tallied 115 assists, 13 kills, and 14 digs over the course of 11 sets in a 2-1 week for the Yellow Jackets.

2018 MEC Volleyball Players Of The Week
Aug. 27: Haley Kramer (WJU)
Sept. 4: Peyton Lindblad (SU)
Sept. 11: Madison Davis (UU)
Sept. 18: Cassie Meyer (WJU)
Sept. 25: Cassie Meyer (WJU)
Oct. 2: Peyton Lindblad (SU)

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