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Pepperdine's Kim Hill Earns Second Consecutive WCC Women's Volleyball Player of the Week Honor

Oct. 3, 2011

SAN BRUNO, Calif. --- The West Coast Conference has announced its women's volleyball Player of the Week award-winner for October 3, 2011.

KIM HILL, PEPPERDINE, SENIOR, OPPOSITE SIDE HITTER
Pepperdine's five-match skid versus Saint Mary's came to an end on Thursday evening inside Firestone Fieldhouse as the #19-ranked Wavesdefeated the Gaels by a score of 3-2. Senior Kim Hill tacked down a career-high 25 kills to catapult her team to the victory.

Not only did Hill produce kills in quantity, but she kept her quality meter up as well. Her 25 kills were earned on 46 attacks, with just two errors for a .500 hitting percentage. It was the second-consecutive match that Hill has hit .475 or higher, and the fourth time in her career she has averaged at least 5.00 kills/set in a single match. Defensively, the Portland, Ore. native tallied 13 digs for her seventh double-double of the season.

Also nominated: Heather Hanneman, BYU; Caitlin Dewitt, LMU; Autumn Wedan, POR; Chloe Ferrari, USD; Tanya Schmidt, SCU

2011 WCC WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL PLAYERS OF THE WEEK
Aug. 29Dana Knudsen, SCU
Sept. 5Missy White, SMC
Sept. 12 Jennifer Hamson, BYU
Sept. 19 Chloe Ferrari, USD
Sept. 26 Kim Hill, PEP
Oct. 3 Kim Hill, PEP