Player of the Week: November 6, 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 #11: Ani Bozdeva

Eastern Arizona College.

NJCAA Division I.

Arizona Community College Conference.

Reported to coaches in 2016 by AVSR Global.

Freshman.  6'1" Outside Hitter.

Home: Razlog, Bulgaria.

Club: Maritza Plovdiv.

See Ani Bozdeva’s bio at the EAC website.

Last Week:

• Bozdeva powered Eastern Arizona to a district championship and a bid to next week’s NJCAA national finals tournament.
• EAC defeated Yavapai College 3-2 in the District B title match.
• Bozdeva and EAC are on a 19-2 run entering the national tourney.
• This is the Gila Monsters’ first year in the NJCAA finals since 2011.
• Bozdeva played for Bulgaria’s national team at the Under-20 World Championship in Mexico last summer before arriving at EAC.

Excerpt from 2016 AVSR Global report:

“Explosive athlete with a lively body and instinctive skills. … She plays a free-spirited game. It’s bold, but it can be wild. … She has the length and physicality to cover great range as a passer-hitter.”

Update: Last Week’s Player of the Week

Kristel Moor

George Washington University, Atlantic 10 Conference, NCAA Division I.
Reported to coaches in 2013 by AVSR Global.
Senior, 6'2" Opposite.
Home:  Viljandi, Estonia.
Last Week:  Moor led George Washington to its third consecutive victory in the Atlantic 10 Conference. The Colonials defeated George Mason 3-1 as Moor scored 13 kills and 16 digs. She hit at .303 efficiency.