SNU Sweeps Volleyball Awards
In the first sweep of this season’s weekly volleyball honors, Southern Nazarene’s Kaylee Piatt leads a trio of teammates as Sooner Athletic Conference Volleyball Player of the Week for Oct. 3-9.
Piatt has been named both Player and Setter of the Week, while her SNU
teammates Taylor Jacobs have been named Hitter of the Week and Katelyn
Biddy Libero of the Week.
Piatt, a sophomore setter from Bryan,
Texas, had a four-set season-high with 50 assists against Lubbock
Christian and Texas Wesleyan. She averaged 11.69 assists per set, as
well as 3.23 digs. Piatt also had
three aces, two blocks and 10 kills for the week.
Jacobs, a sophomore from Fort Worth, Texas, had a .333 attack
percentage to help SNU to a 3-0 week with wins over TWU, LCU and Wayland
Baptist. She averaged 3.62 kills, including a career-high 17 in
back-to-back SAC matches. She also had a career-best 11 digs in a
double-double (13 kills) against Texas Wesleyan.
Biddy, a senior from Springdale, Ark., had .964 service and .971
reception percentages on the week, along with a 4.85 dig average. She
also contributed six aces.
Southern Nazarene Sweeps Women’s Soccer Awards
Southern Nazarene teammates Jackie Acevedo and Rachel Wade have been named Sooner Athletic Conference Women’s Soccer Offensive and Defensive Players of the Week for Oct. 3-9.
Acevedo, a senior forward from Austin, Texas, scored two goals each in wins over Rogers State and at John Brown, adding an assist in the road win. She had the game-winner against JBU and now stands second at SNU in single-season goals and points (65).
Wade, a senior goalkeeper from Norman, Okla., posted her second shutout of the season with five saves win a 5-0 win over Rogers State and then had four saves and allowed one goal in a 4-1 win over John Brown.
Information courtesy of the Sooner Athletic Conference (SAC).
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Mon, October 10, 2011
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