Player of the Week:  September 22, 2014

Each week during the indoor and sand seasons, one player originally reported as a recruit by AVSR Global is named Player of the Week for an exceptional performance.

2014 Week #4:  Monica Corrujedo

University of Denver
Reported to coaches in 2012 by AVSR Global.
Home:  Dual citizen of Mexico and the USA.
Sophomore, 6'0" Outside Hitter.
See Monica Corrujedo’s bio at the Denver website.

Last Week’s Action:

• Corrujedo, Denver’s top hitter since freshman year, scored 52 kills and 40 digs in four wins.
• The Pioneers own an 11-3 mark after beating San Francisco, Nevada, UTEP and Air Force.
• Corrujedo leads Denver’s offense this year with an average of 3.2 kills per set.
• Summit League coaches picked Denver as preseason favorite to win the conference title.

Excerpt from 2012 AVSR Global report:

“Can play LH or RH for a Top 60 Division I team. … Highlights are an explosive arm swing and a lively, powerful body in the air. … Has trained with Mexico’s Youth National Team.”

Other Notables

Liene Mellupe

Florida Atlantic University, Senior, 5'11" Outside/Opposite Hitter.
Reported to coaches in 2010 by AVSR Global.
Home:  Riga, Latvia.
Last Week:  Mellupe scored 40 kills and 45 digs as surging FAU won three of four on the road.

Kelsie Wills

Hofstra University, Senior, 6'1" Outside Hitter.
Reported to coaches in 2010 by AVSR Global.
Home:  Walton, New Zealand.
Last Week:  Wills was MVP of the UConn Invitational, nailing 47 kills at .308 efficiency.  She’s leading the Colonial league in kills and aces, and Hofstra stands at 12-2.