WATERVILLE, Maine - Following a busy weekend for both the Husson women's volleyball team at home and the women's tennis team on the road, Hanna Hembrow grabbed her first North Atlantic Conference (NAC) Defensive Player of the Week for her overall outstanding performance in four matches and Jocelyn Bell achieved Player of the Week for the first time in her career after helping shut down two conference opponents.
Women's Volleyball Defensive Player of the Week
Hanna Hembrow, Husson
Senior, S - Milford, New Hampshire
Hembrow led the Eagles to a 2-2 week in which Husson picked up their first win over Saint Joseph's College (Maine), 3-1, since the 2008 season. In the victory over the Monks, Hembrow logged 14 digs, 14 assists, and eight blocks. In all four matches, the senior accumulated 16 kills (1.07 k/s), achieved a .295 attack percentage, set up 90 assists, scooped 29 digs, and served eight aces.
Women's Tennis Player of the Week
Jocelyn Bell, Husson
Senior - Holden, Maine
Helping secure two back-to-back NAC shutouts this weekend, Bell competed at #6 single and #3 double against SUNY Delhi and MCLA. She gave up just one point between the two singles matches. Bell defeated SUNY Delhi, 6-0, 6-1, on Saturday morning, then took down MCLA, 6-0, 6-0, on Sunday morning. Paired with fellow senior Marisa Brown in doubles, the duo grabbed two victories on the weekend, both 8-1.