Player of the Week: November 13, 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.

Week #12: Laura Parts

San Jose State University.

Mountain West Conference, NCAA Division I.

Reported to coaches in 2015 by AVSR Global.

Rs. Freshman.  6'2" Opposite/Middle/Outside.

Home:  Parnu, Estonia.

See Laura Parts’s bio at the SJSU website.

Last Week:

• San Jose State knocked off Colorado State 3-2, ending CSU’s 15-match winning streak. Parts hit .300 with 10 kills and was best in Set 5.
• She closed Set 4 with a kill, then scored three more in the tiebreaker.
• Parts has switched this year between opposite, middle and outside. She played middle for Estonia’s junior and women’s national teams.
• San Jose State is in fourth place in the Mountain West. The Spartans are having their best year since 2006, with an overall mark of 17-10.

Excerpts from 2015 AVSR Global report:

“Long, swift and rangy. … She’s technically sharp and physically gifted. … As an attacker she’s comfortable with an elite array of plays. Slides are an easy match for her speed and length.”

Update: Last Week’s Player of the Week

Ani Bozdeva

Eastern Arizona College, NJCAA Division I.
Reported to coaches in 2016 by AVSR Global.
Freshman, 6'1" Outside Hitter.
Home:  Razlog, Bulgaria.
Last Week:  Bozdeva and Eastern Arizona prepared for this week’s NJCAA national championship tourney. She is EAC’s top passer-hitter. The Gila Monsters qualified for the finals for the first time since 2011.