Player of the Week: October 30, 2017

Each week of the spring and fall seasons, one player who was originally reported as a recruit by AVSR Global is named Player of the Week for an exceptional performance.

Fall Week #10: Kristel Moor

George Washington University.

Atlantic 10 Conference, NCAA Division I.

Reported to AVSR Global subscribers in 2013.

Senior.  6'2" Opposite.

Home: Viljandi, Estonia.

See Kristel Moor’s bio at the GW website.

Last Week:

• Moor lifted George Washington into the top half of the Atlantic 10 standings. In two wins she scored 30 kills and eight blocks.
• The Patriots defeated Duquesne and La Salle, each in four sets.
• Moor hit at .253 efficiency and averaged 3.8 kills per set.
• A left-hander, Moor played middle blocker for the Estonian women’s and junior national teams. At GW she’s mainly an opposite.

Excerpt from 2013 AVSR Global report:

“Remarkably effective as a left-handed middle. Plays a clean, smart game. … Some experience at RH and LH. … Ready for any net position in upper/mid-Division I. … Plans to play professionally after college.”

Update: Last Week’s Player of the Week

Antonia Steinbach

Eastern Arizona College, NJCAA Division I.
Reported to subscribers in 2016 by AVSR Global.
6'2" Opposite/Outside/Middle.
Home:  Ludwigsburg, Germany.
Last Week:  Steinbach paced EAC to two wins and its first league title since 2011. The Gila Monsters are on an 18-2 run. They are aiming to qualify for the 16-team NJCAA national championship tournament.