Team of the Week (3/5 – 3/12)

The FrogJump Team of the Week is our weekly honor roll, recognizing some of the top performances at each of the seven positions from the last week. Honorees are nominated by SID/Coaches across the country and selected by a committee of FrogJump staff.

Jared Moser – Outside Hitter – North Central

The Cardinals took a big step this season sweeping Carthage at home, and Moser was one of several players who stepped up in the big game. The senior outside hitter finished the match with 16 kills (5.3 kills/set, .419%), 3 blocks, 1 ace, and 9 digs.

Jacob LaBouliere – Outside Hitter – Wentworth

Laboo has been a nightmare for opponents since his return from an early season injury. Laboo helped Wentworth defeat Misericordia, NJCU, and St. Joseph Long Island last week; finishing with 42 kills (4.2 kills/set, .502%), 4 aces, 7 blocks, and 15 digs.

Griffin Stella – Middle Blocker – St. John Fisher

Griffin Stella earns his first team of the week award after helping St. John Fisher defeat Endicott, Medaille, and MIT last week. The junior Middle Blocker finished the week with 19 kills (2.11 kills/set, .548%), 1 assist, and 8 blocks.

Zach Bulthuis – Middle Blocker – Carthage

Bulthuis earns his first team of the week nod this season behind stellar performances against Loras and North Central. He finished both matches with 22 kills (3.14 kills/set, .541%), 9 blocks (1.29 blocks/set), 1 ace, and 4 digs.

Pat Wing – Opposite – New Paltz

New Paltz could not have asked for more from Pat Wing last week, as he helped the Hawks go 2-1 against Springfield, Elmira, and Kean. Wing finished the week with 53 kills (4.42 kills/set, .365%), 10 blocks (.83 blocks/set), 5 aces, and 17 digs.

Tyler Donovan – Setter – North Central

The Junior setter earns his second Team of the Week honor in a row following an amazing performance against Carthage. Donovan finished the match with 41 assists (13.67 assists/set), 2 blocks, 1 ace, and 8 digs.

Alex Nonhoff – Libero – Aurora

The Spartans ended their week defeating Baldwin Wallace and CUW, and Nonhoff made sure they had plenty of chances to do so. The sophomore libero finished both matches with a combined 24 digs (4 digs/set) and 6 assists.