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2005 PLAYER OF THE WEEK

October 24-30
Rachel Scheibe of Wisconsin Lutheran College
...Junior...Middle Hitter...Waukesha, Wis. (Wisconsin Lutheran H.S.)...
In two matches last week, Scheibe tallied a total of 31 kills on 63 total attacks, and committed only three errors. Her performance included 20 kills on 28 attacks on a 3-0 win over Edgewood College last Thursday. With the two wins last week the Warriors (14-15) finished the LMC regular season at 11-5, good for the No. 4 seed in the LMC tournament.

Others nominated: Angela Beschta - Marian;

 

October 17-23
Heather Heberlein of Lakeland College
...Senior...Right Side Hitter...Kiel, Wis. (Kiel H.S.)...
Heberlein totaled 32 kills, four blocks and four digs in three matches last week for the Muskies (17-12, 11-3 LMC). In a 3-0 win against Wisconsin Lutheran, Heberlein tallied 12 kills with a .500 hitting percentage -- her best outing of the week.

 

October 10-16
Allie Sowinski of Milwaukee School of Engineering
...Freshman...OH...Franklin, Wis. (Pius XI H.S.)...
Sowinski tallied 72  kills, 49 digs, 15 service aces, and four blocks as the Raiders went 2-2 last week. The Raiders are 12-18 overall, and 6-7 in the LMC.

Others nominated: Heather Heberlein, Lakeland; Rachel Scheibe, Wisconsin Lutheran;

 

October 3-9
Kate Zintak of Dominican University
...Senior...MH...Chicago, Ill. (Maria H.S.)...
Zintak led the Stars with 4.5 kills and 3.3 digs per game as they went 2-1 last week. She tallied 45 kills, 33 digs and seven solo blocks in the three matches.

 

September 26-October 2
Abby Miller of Maranatha Baptist Bible College
...Senior...RH/S...Waupaca, Wis. (First Baptist Christian H.S.)...
Miller helped the Crusaders up their current win streak to 13 matches, defeating four LMC opponents and winning five matches last week. For the week Miller was 47-137 in kills, had 105 set assists, and 51 digs. Her defense was the key ingredient in Maranatha's decisive win over Marian last Friday, as her deep digs kept MBBC's hopes alive. The Crusaders (17-5, 10-1 LMC) hold a full-game lead over second place Wisconsin Lutheran in the LMC standings.

Others nominated: Allie Sowinski, MSOE; Rachel Scheibe, Wisconsin Lutheran; Ashley Domask, Lakeland;

 

September 12-18
Nadine Callan of Maranatha Baptist Bible College
...Junior...Outside Hitter...Muncie, Ind. (Heritage Hall Christian H.S.)...
Callan led the Crusaders (7-5, 4-1 LMC) to a 4-1 record last week, losing only to LMC leader Wisconsin Lutheran College. For the week Callan accumulated 74 kills, including a .377 attack percentage, and was 77-for-84 on serves, including two aces. Callan also added 86 digs, eight total blocks, and five assists on the week.

Others nominated: Allie Sowinski, MSOE; Kimberlee Bergmann, Marian; Michelle Hannam, Concordia.

 

September 5-11
Danielle Duranceau of Lakeland College
...Senior...Utility...Waukesha, Wis. (West H.S.)...
Duranceau helped keep the Muskies (4-0, 1-0 LMC) undefeated by connecting on 19 kills and seven service aces in two matches last week. In a 3-0 conference win against Edgewood, Duranceau had seven kills, a .272 hitting percentage, seven digs, and a service ace. Later in the week, Duranceau tallied 12 kills, 10 digs, and six service aces in a 3-1 win at St. Norbert College, where she also had a .265 hitting percentage.

Others nominated: Heather Alft, Marian College.

 

September 1-4
Heidi Kramer of Lakeland College
...Freshman...Outside Hitter...Green Bay, Wis. (New Lutheran H.S.)...
Kramer was instrumental in the Muskies' opening season victories over Mount Mary College and Cardinal Stritch University on September 2. Kramer totaled 28 kills, 30 digs and six service aces in six games as Lakeland swept both opponents three games to nothing in each match.

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