WSC's Frauendorfer Named NSIC Offensive Player Of The Week
Posted: 05 November, 2013
WAYNE - Alyssa Frauendorfer of Wayne State College was announced Monday afternoon as the Northern Sun Conference Volleyball Offensive Player of the Week by the league office in Burnsville, Minnesota following her play in weekend road victories at Minnesota Crookston and Bemidji State.
It’s the first time the 6-0 freshman middle hitter from Humphrey (Humphrey HS) was awarded conference player of the week honors.
Frauendorfer continued her sizzling play over the weekend for the 18th-ranked Wildcats averaging 4.43 kills and 1.14 blocks per game while recording a scorching .537 attack percentage. She had 18 kills with two blocks and hit .515 in Friday’s 3-1 win at Minnesota Crookston and followed that with 13 kills and six blocks in Saturday’s 3-0 sweep at Bemidji State.
For the weekend, Frauendorfer notched 31 kills and just two attack errors in 54 attempts. Over the last two weekends, she has accounted for 4.31 kills and 1.12 blocks per game with a .496 attack percentage in matches against #4 Minnesota Duluth, St. Cloud State, Minnesota Crookston and Bemidji State.
For the season, Frauendorfer is now averaging 2.77 kills to rank second on the Wildcat team. She leads the Wildcats in blocks per game (0.95) and attack percentage (.355), which ranks sixth in the Northern Sun Conference.
Wayne State, ranked 18th in NCAA Division II with a 19-7 overall record and 10-6 mark in the NSIC, hosts #23 Northern State Friday at 7 p.m. and MSU Moorhead Saturday at 4 p.m. in the final two home games of the season for the Wildcats.