MILLEDGEVILLE, Ga. – Georgia College Volleyball claimed both Peach Belt Conference Volleyball weekly honors. Sophomore Emily Crowell (Horseheads, N.Y.) earned Player of the Week hitting .420 with 3.86 kills per set. Junior Kayla Brockway (Jacksonville, Fla.) earned Specialist of the Week honors, averaging 12 assists per set in the Bobcats' two conference wins over the weekend.
Crowell had nine kills and a block against Augusta and piled on 18 kills with two blocks and a dig versus USC Aiken. Crowell ranks 5th in the Peach Belt this year in hitting percentage at .289.
Brockway racked up 40 assists against Augusta and 44 assists versus USC Aiken and averaged 3.71 digs per set over the weekend. Brockway leads the Peach Belt in weekly honors with four. She also leads the conference in assists, is second in assists per set and ranks eighth in digs per set.
The Bobcats are now 8-3 in the Peach Belt Conference and 19-5 overall with three games remaining. The Bobcats are on the road at Albany State Tuesday, Nov. 7 and at Paine Saturday, Nov. 11. The Bobcats final matchup is at home against conference foe Flagler on Sunday, Nov. 12 at 4:00 pm.
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