BAY CITY, Mich. – Michigan Tech volleyball sophomore Olivia Ghormley has been named the GLIAC North Division Player of the Week. This marks the third time Ghormley has been named GLIAC Player of the Week and the fourth time a Michigan Tech player has been selected for the honor this season.
An outside hitter from Oneida, Wisconsin, Ghormley received Player of the Week honors after putting up two terrific outings against Purdue Northwest and Parkside. Ghormley posted 20 kills for the third time this season and a hitting percentage of .421 against Purdue Northwest on Friday, and she followed it up with 16 kills and a hitting percentage of .433. In total, Ghormley finished with 36 kills (6.00 kills/set) and a .426 hitting percentage while only committing seven attack errors.
Receiving South Player of the Week honors is Sophi Cudworth of Ashland. Cudworth hit .338 over the week and averaged 3.75 kills and 1.25 blocks per set to help the Eagles to a 1-1 record against Northwood and No. 6 Ferris State.
Ghormley and the Huskies head to Indianapolis, Indiana for the 2018 Midwest Regional Crossover, where they will take on Truman State (16-4, 8-3 GLVC) and Tiffin (15-5, 10-2 G-MAC) on Friday (Oct. 12) and No. 11 Rockhurst (20-2, 10-1 GLVC) on Saturday (Oct. 13).