Player of the Week: November 14, 2016

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 #12: Kristel Moor

George Washington University, Atlantic 10 Conference, NCAA-I.
Reported to coaches in 2013 by AVSR Global.
Home:  Viljandi, Estonia.
Junior, 6'2" Opposite/Middle Blocker.
See Kristel Moor’s bio at the George Washington website.

Last Week:

• Moor capped a superb three weeks by leading George Washington over D.C.-area rival George Mason 3-2. She scored 22 kills at a .372 rate.
• It was GW’s final match of the year. Moor sizzled during the season’s last three weeks, scoring 68 kills at .383 efficiency in five matches.
• Left-handed Moor played middle blocker for Estonia’s women’s national team and junior national team. At GW she’s mainly an opposite.

Excerpt from 2013 AVSR Global report:

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

Also Notable:

Ivana Kostic

Manhattan College, Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference, NCAA-I.
Reported to coaches in 2012 by AVSR Global.
Home:  Grocka, Serbia.
Senior, 6'2" Middle Blocker.
Last Week:  Kostic keyed two wins as Manhattan finished its season. She scored 21 kills at .457 efficiency to beat Niagara and Canisius. Kostic ranks fifth in the Metro Atlantic league this year with a .306 hitting rate.