Meyer repeats as MEC Volleyball Player Of The Week

Wheeling Jesuit’s Cassie Meyer has been named the Mountain East Conference Player of the Week for the second-straight week after leading the Cardinals to a 2-0 week.

Meyer, a sophomore from Jackson Center, Ohio, opened the week hitting .429 with 11 kills and eight digs as Wheeling Jesuit picked up a non-conference win over Indiana (Pa.). She then registered a double-double with a career-high 29 kills and 15 digs in a 3-1 road win over Urbana on Saturday. She also had two blocks against the Blue Knights.

Other Top Performances
Carly Granger (UC) had 20 kills against Concord and had nine more against UVa-Wise … Madison Clayton (WLU) led the Hilltoppers to a 4-0 week hitting .483 with 35 kills and 12 blocks … Madison Davis (UU) had 15 kills against Wheeling Jesuit and 27 more against West Liberty … Imani Rogers (CU) had 22 assists and nine aces in a 1-1 week for the Mountain Lions … Peyton Lindblad (SU) had 17 kills, three digs and two aces in a non-conference win over Jefferson … Yvonne Fullerton (FSU) had 10 kills and two blocks last week against Seton Hill … Erin Daugherty (NDC) had 12 kills and hit .435 in a five-set loss to West Liberty.

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)



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