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Two Weeks Left of WCC Women's Volleyball Action

Nov. 8, 2011

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SAN BRUNO, Calif. --- Two weeks remain in West Coast Conference play andPepperdine tops the leaderboard with a 12-0 WCC record. San Diego follows closely behind with 2.5 games back and BYU is currently in third place.

QUICK HITS

  • Two weeks remain in West Coast Conference play andPepperdine tops the leaderboard with a 12-0 WCC record.If second place San Diego drops its match to LMU on Saturday,the Waves will have a chance to clinch the WCC titlein their Saturday matchup at Saint Mary's.

  • Pepperdine's Kim Hill earned her third WCC Player of theWeek honor and is the only student-athlete in the WCC toearn Player of the Week on three occasions this seasonand the first Wave to do so since Katie Wilkins achievedthe feat in 2003.

  • San Diego held steady at No. 21 in the latest AVCA top-25 poll after posting a perfect 2-0 record this past week,posting wins over Gonzaga and Portland. Against Gonzaga,sophomore middle hitter Chloe Ferrari recorded her career-high 21 kills on 32 swings, while only committing twoattack errors to post an impressive .562 attack percentage.

  • BYU is currently riding a four-match win streak to moveinto third place in the WCC after picking up wins over LMUand USF at home. In the four-set win over USF, HeatherHannemann, Christie Carpenter and Jennifer Hamsonachieved double-doubles with Hannemann obtaining acareer-high 55 assists and 12 digs.

  • Saint Mary's improved to 7-6 after winning its last threematches on the road and will be facing tough competitionat home this week as the Gaels host BYU and Pepperdine.

  • Pepperdine's Kim Hill Named WCC Volleyball Player of the Week Honor (Click here for the full release)