Player of the Week: October 12, 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 #7: Erika Zembyla

Hillsborough Community College, Suncoast Conference, NJCAA-I.
Reported to coaches in 2013 by AVSR Global.
Home:  Nicosia, Cyprus.
Sophomore, 5'11" Opposite and Outside Hitter.
See Erika Zembyla’s bio at the Hillsborough Community College website.

Last Week:

• Zembyla exploded for 59 kills in five wins, lifting Hillsborough to a 20-5 record.
• The Hawks beat Florida College, South Florida, St. Petersburg, Palm Beach and Indian River.  Hillsborough is ranked 14th nationally among junior college teams.
• Zembyla hit at .400 efficiency in the five wins.  She posted 15 blocks and served 11 aces.
• For the year Zembyla leads HCC in kills and ace serves.  She ranks second in blocks.

Excerpt from 2013 AVSR Global report:

“Perceptive, versatile indoor and beach player. … Ready to play six rotations as a LH or RH in upper/mid-Division I. … Calm competitor. She plays a smart, tough game.”

Also Notable:

Eva-Lotta Raat

Barry University, Sunshine State Conference, NCAA-II.
Reported to coaches in 2012 by AVSR Global.
Home:  Pärnu, Estonia.
Sophomore, 6'2" Outside Hitter.
Last Week:  Raat scored 35 kills and nine blocks as Barry split two matches at home in Miami.  The Buccaneers defeated Embry-Riddle after falling to Rollins.

Monica Corrujedo

University of Denver, Summit League, NCAA-I.
Reported to coaches in 2012 by AVSR Global.
Home:  Dual citizen of Mexico and the USA.
Junior, 6'0" Outside Hitter.
Last Week:  Corrujedo led Denver into first place of the Summit League.  The Pioneers’ top passer-hitter scored 17 kills at .310 efficiency in sweeps of Omaha and Western Illinois.