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McLaurin & Anderson Repeat as Weekly Award Winners
September 09, 2013

For the second week in a row, Sallie McLaurin (Oklahoma) and Jordan Anderson (West Virginia) have garnered Big 12 volleyball weekly honors. Joining the repeating pair of honorees is Caroline Jarmoc (Kansas) who was named the Defensive Player of the Week.

McLaurin earns her second consecutive and third career Offensive Player of the Week. She has totaled eight career weekly honors, which is sixth-most in league history.

Jarmoc earns her fourth defensive distinction in her career, while Anderson’s Rookie of the Week is her second after earning the same distinction last week.

This is the 12th time a student-athlete has collected Big 12 Offensive Player of the Week honors in back-to-back weeks, however, this is the first time an Oklahoma player has won the award in consecutive weeks.

Sallie McLaurin, Oklahoma, Sr., MB, Midwest City, Okla./Carl Albert
McLaurin totaled 64 kills (3.76) and hit .454 in a 3-1 week for the Sooners. She contributed 18 blocks (1.06), including six solo, to go with 13 digs (0.76). In a five set win over No. 25 BYU, McLaurin totaled a season-high in kills (21), hitting percentage (.667) and blocks (8). The senior also tallied the 1,000th career kill with her third of the match against the Cougars. For the weekend, she posted double-digits in kills in all four matches and hit .320 or better in each match. She leads the league in hitting with a .455 mark and is third in kills with 3.89.

Caroline Jarmoc, Kansas, Sr., MB, Calgary, Alberta, Canada/Springbank Community
Jarmoc was a force at the net last week, totaling 24 blocks in a three-match span, good for 1.71 blocks per set. Six matches into the season, she leads the league with 32 total blocks – moving her into second all-time with 443 career blocks at Kansas. Against UMKC, Jarmoc recorded her second career double-double with 19 kills and 10 blocks to help Kansas defeat the ‘Roos on the road. Hitting the road again, Jarmoc was instrumental in KU’s comeback victory at Arkansas where she led the team in blocks – with eight – and contributed 12 kills. When the Jayhawks welcomed the Razorbacks to their place on Saturday, the Canadian led the team with six blocks and 18 kills on a .419 attack percentage.

Jordan Anderson, West Virginia, Fr., OH, Flower Mound, Texas/Flower Mound
Anderson was named the Most Valuable Player of the Mountaineer Invitational while leading WVU to a 4-0 record over the weekend and a 7-0 start to the season – its best start in program history. She recorded 48 kills on 113 attempts for a .257 hitting percentage over the weekend, while also chipping in 31 digs. The freshman had 15 kills and 11 digs against Canisius Friday night, her fourth double-double of the season through West Virginia’s first seven matches. The Flower Mound, Texas-native leads the Mountaineers with 91 kills on the season and a .258 hitting percentage, while guiding WVU to 20 consecutive set wins – the second-longest streak in program history. She ranks second in the Big 12 in kills, averaging 4.14, and third in points, averaging 4.77.


Date Offensive Player of the Week Defensive Player of the Week Rookie of the Week
Sept. 2 Sallie McLaurin, Oklahoma, Sr., MB           Kristen Hahn, Iowa State, Sr., L            Jordan Anderson, West Virginia, Fr., OH
Sept. 9 Sallie McLaurin, Oklahoma, Sr., MB           Caroline Jarmoc, Kansas, Sr., MB      Jordan Anderson, West Virginia, Fr., OH
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