MCAC Volleyball: Players-of-the-Week

MCAC Volleyball: Players-of-the-Week

Rochester, MN-

The regular season and NJCAA Region XIII post-season have concluded in the Minnesota College Athletic Conference, with two teams - Central Lakes College and Rochester Community & Technical College advancing to the 2018 NJCAA Division III National Championship tournament, to be held in Rochester, Minnesota on November 8-10. 

The final MCAC Volleyball Players-of-the-Week are below. Be sure to check out the 2018 Southern All-Division and 2018 Northern All-Division teams, as well as the MCAC Volleyball All-State teams, released earlier this month. 

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Kylie Porter

Fr. / Setter

Pierz, MN

In a pair of post-season matches,  Kylie Porter  dished out 21 assists and collected 8 service aces for the Central Lakes College Raiders.  She had seven digs over the course of the weekend for CLC as the swept Mesabi Range College, 3-0, and Hibbing Community College, 3-0, and in doing so, claimed the NJCAA Region XIIIB Tournament title. 

For her outstanding efforts setting up her teammates, Porter has earned MCAC Setter-of-the-Week in the final week of the season for Central Lakes College. 

The Raiders are the #2 seed in the upcoming 2018 NJCAA Division III Volleyball National Championships, held in Rochester, Minnesota at RCTC.  The tournament begins on Thursday, November 8. 




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Defensive Player-of-the-Week

Mia Greenman

Fr. / Libero

Canby, MN 

Minnesota State-Fergus Falls freshman libero Mia Greenman has claimed the final Defensve Player-of-the-Week honor in MCAC Volleyball for the week ending Sunday, November 4. 

Greenman had a total of 35 digs in two NJCAA Region post-season matches last week for the Spartans. She contributed 20 against Ridgewater College and claimed and addition 15 against Rochester Community & Technical CollegeGreenman's play was key to the Spartan's advancing to the Region XIII championship match. 

M State-Fergus Falls concludes 2018 with a 19-8 overall record, a 8-4 MCAC Southern Division mark. 




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Hailey Bahr

Fr. / OH

Byron, MN

Hailey Bahr and her Rochester Community & Technical College teammates swept the MCAC Southern Division regular season with a 12-0 record and continued that form through the NJCAA Region XIIIA post-season, dropping St. Cloud Technical & Community College and M State-Fergus Falls to win the Region touranment title. 

In the NJCAA Region XIIIA tournament, Bahr had 21 combined kills for the Yellowjackets, 47 total attempts and chipped in three digs over the two matchs for Rochester. 

RCTC will play in the 2018 NJCAA Division III Volleyball National Championships this week. 



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All Around Player-of-the-Week

Maggi Fellerman

Fr. / Hitter

Aitkin, MN

Maggi Fellerman has earned the final MCAC All-Around Player-of-the-Week for her play in the Central Lakes College two-match sweep of their opponents in the NJCAA Region XIIIB post-season tournament. 

Fellerman contributed 18 kills to the Central Lakes attack with only two errors on 51 attempts. Overall, she hit for a .314 percentage, averaging three kills a set for the Raiders. She also had 12 blocks over the two matches. 

Central Lakes is the #2 seed in the upcoming 2018 NJCAA Division III Volleyball National Championships, held in Rochester, Minnesota at RCTC.  The tournament kicks off on Thursday, November 8. 







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About the Minnesota College Athletic Conference

The Minnesota College Athletic Conference is the organizational body for NJCAA-affiliated two-year technical and community college athletic programs in the Minnesota State system.  The mission of the Minnesota College Athletic Conference is to advance intercollegiate athletics by providing an engaging and supportive environment for success of our student athletes and competition among member institutions.  The MCAC is committed to the guiding principles of encouraging the development and success of student athletes, promoting the integrity, honesty and loyalty to member schools as well as upholding the sustainability of conference athletic progra