AMES, Iowa Ė Iowa State volleyball player Victoria Henson has been named the American Volleyball Coaches Association National Player of the Week. Henson becomes the first Cyclone to be honored by the AVCA since Erin Boeve in 2006.
Henson, a junior outside hitter, averaged 5.00 kills, 4.00 digs, 1.33 blocks and 5.92 points per set in ISUís road sweeps of Texas A&M and Kansas State. She posted double-doubles in both matches, recording identical 15 kill-12 dig performances against the Aggies and Wildcats.
Against the Aggies, the Leavenworth, Kan. native added a solo block and four block assists as ISU won in College Station for just the second time in school history. She hit .355 against K-State and tacked on three block assists as ISU earned another sweep.
It's an opinion. Agree or don't. Let's not be calling people out for stuff said two weeks ago. Especially when it wasn't done with any animosity or degrading.
Well it was a rather dumb position to take, and it obviously had a short sighted view. She is one of our best players, and she has one bad game then woo lets get rid of her. If he'd watch the team more then just this year he'd know shes already undersize but still is good enough to play. I suppose calling out someone for having a stupid opinion isnt allowed anymore? I'll take note of that.
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