Player of the Week: September 21, 2015

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

2015 Week #4: Monica Corrujedo

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

Last Week:

• Corrujedo was MVP of the Denver Invitational, powering the Pioneers to three wins.
• Denver whipped Montana, Abilene Christian and Illinois-Chicago, rising to an 11-3 record.
• Corrujedo scored 32 kills at .325 efficiency. She’s been a starter since freshman year.
• Denver is aiming for its second consecutive Summit League title and NCAA tourney bid.

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.”

Also Notable:

Hana Tresnakova

San Jose State University, Mountain West Conference.
Reported to coaches in 2013 by AVSR Global.
Home:  Drahelcice, Czech Republic.
Freshman, 5'11" Outside Hitter.
Last Week:  Tresnakova lifted San Jose State to two wins and an 8-5 season record, its best since 2006. She scored 21 kills and 21 digs against Evansville and Nebraska-Omaha.

Ivana Kostic

Manhattan College, Metro Atlantic Conference.
Reported to coaches in 2012 by AVSR Global.
Home:  Grocka, Serbia.
Junior, 6'2" Middle Blocker.
Last Week:  Kostic scored 17 blocks in eight sets and hit .368 as Manhattan won at Marist and lost at Siena. Kostic is Manhattan’s top blocker and most efficient hitter this year.