The Oilers will have three matches this week. They will begin the week on Sep. 20 at Cedarville (7pm) and close the week with two home matches against Lake Superior State (7pm) and Saginaw Valley State (2pm) on Sep. 23 and Sep. 24, respectively.
Live stats/video will be available for all matches. You can access the links on the Oilers athletic website.
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GLIAC South Division Player of the Week
Sophomore Amanda Winner was tabbed the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (GLIAC) South Division Player of the Week on Sep. 19 for her performances in wins over Ashland and Tiffin.
In the match against the Eagles, the sophomore standout picked up ten kills and 11 digs. She countered that with an even better performance against the Dragons the next day. In that match, Winner pounded 17 kills, while hitting .310, and had 14 digs to give her a second double-double on the week, something which she did just four times all of last season.
To go along with her kills and digs, Winner had her serve working to the tune of five aces, four of which came against Tiffin. Winner now leads the conference in service aces per set and points per set.
The Oilers are 6-3 on the season and winners of six straight matches. Senior Hannah Tong has led the way and leads the GLIAC with 4.13 kills per set. Winner is right behind her with 3.93 kills per set and also leads the conference in aces per set at 0.57.
Defensively, sophomore Kara Scherger is among the league leaders in digs per set at 4.33, a total that ranks third in the GLIAC.
The Yellow Jackets are 8-2 on the season and have been led by junior Gabby Olson, who has recorded 118 kills and 34 total blocks.
Senior Abby Shelton has recorded 103 kills and senior Rachel Krikke has produced 90.
Senior Angela Becker leads the defense with 174 digs while senior Kristin Cardwell has a team-best 364 assists.
Lake Superior State
The Lakers are 1-9 on the season with a 0-2 record in GLIAC play. Junior Brooke Williams has led the team with 55 kills while sophomore Morgan Kelley has registered 48.
Junior Madison Castle has posted 110 assists and freshman Lauren Lukasik has registered 105.
Junior Justice Kjolhede has paced the defense with 98 digs.
Saginaw Valley State
The Cardinals are 4-6 on the year with a 0-2 record in conference play. They have been led by senior Kaylee Schmitt, who has racked up a team-best 113 kills.
Juniors Tamara Heller and McKenzie Schuster have also found success scoring points with 81 and 80 kills, respectively, while senior Andrea Brigham has posted 74 kills thus far.
Senior Kelly Vellucci leads the squad with 346 assists while junior Emily Nieman has a team-high 183 digs.