Rachel Windle Claims First PBC Volleyball Player Of The Week Award

Rachel Windle Claims First PBC Volleyball Player Of The Week Award

Jaguar junior produces over three-match weekend to earn league honor

AUGUSTA, Ga. – Jaguar junior Rachel Windle has been named the Peach Belt Conference Volleyball Player of the Week, the PBC league office announced Tuesday morning.

Rachel Windle (Port St. Lucie, Fla.) was solid in three matches for the Jaguars last week with 3.50 kills and 1.42 blocks per set. The junior middle hitter from Port St. Lucie, Fla., had double-figure kills in all three matches, hitting .278. She began with 12 kills and five blocks in a loss to Francis Marion, but came back with 13 kills and a .409 hitting percentage with seven blocks in a win at USC Aiken.

At Lander, she added 17 kills and five blocks. For the week, Windle had eight digs and an assist while four of her 17 blocks were solo efforts. She is currently ranked sixth in the PBC in blocks per set, fifth in total blocks, 11th in hitting percentage and 14th in kills per set.

Windle joins senior Alyssa Latham, who was named the PBC Volleyball Specialist of the Week on Sept. 9. The Jaguars play at UNC Pembroke tonight, Sept. 29 for a 7:00 p.m. PBC match on the road.

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