COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (October 22, 2018) – Brooke Schilling of the Colorado State University-Pueblo Volleyball team earned Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Offensive Player of the Week honors Monday.
Schilling (So., Platteville, Colo.) crushed 4.5 kills per set. She delivered 4.1 digs per set and two double-doubles. Schilling also hit .341 for the weekend.
Playing every point of all eight sets this weekend, Schilling led the Pack to a three-set victory over Westminster College Saturday. She also helped the Pack force Dixie State, the second place team in the RMAC, into a five-set battle.
Schilling started her weekend with 20 kills in the Pack's five-set showdown against the Trailblazers. She added 12 digs and hit .294. Schilling also put down an ace and a block.
The sophomore knocked down 16 kills to power the Pack to a sweep of the Griffins. Schilling led all players with a career-high 21 digs. She hit .400 for the match. Incredibly, Schilling did not commit one attacking error in 40 attempts.
Schilling now has 10 double-doubles this season. She leads the Thunderwolves with 3.01 kills per set and 23 service aces.
Monday's award was Schilling's first career RMAC Player of the Week award. It also marked Pack Volleyball's first RMAC Player of the week Award this season.
Schilling will lead the Pack into their final home weekend of the season when they play Fort Lewis College Friday and Adams State University Saturday at Massari Arena. Both matches start at 7 p.m.