Wrenn named RMAC West Division player of the week
University of Colorado at Colorado Springs sophomore Jill Wrenn was named the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conferenceâ€TMs West Division volleyball player of the week, the conference announced Tuesday.
Wrenn is the first CU-Colorado Springs volleyball player to be recognized as RMAC player of the week since Oct. 15, 2001 when Audrey Nelson received the honor.
Wrenn and the Mountain Lions came away with two impressive wins last week. A graduate of Grandview High School in Centennial, Colo., Wrenn had 20 kills, 16 digs and two blocks while hitting .350 as her team upset Adams State, 3-1 at home Friday. Saturday, Wrenn and CU-Colorado Springs took out New Mexico Highlands, 3-1. In that match, the sophomore power hitter accumulated 12 kills and hit .310 along with five blocks.
For the week, Wrenn averaged 4.00 kills/game (32 total) and hit .329. She was also solid defensively as she posted 2.00 digs/game (16 total) and 0.88 blocks/game (7 total).
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