Evans Earns First Conference Carolinas Men’s Volleyball Player of the Week
Feb 03, 2010
HIGH POINT, N.C. - Lees-McRae College's Jeremy Evans (1-3
overall, 0-0 conf.) has been selected as the NCAA Division II
Conference Carolinas men's volleyball Player of the Week during
week number one in the 2010 season.
The junior outside hitter paced Lees-McRae offensively and
defensively for the Bobcats during the first two weeks of the
Evans led the team with 12 kills against George Mason in the
team's opening match.
In the team's first tournament Evans had 10 kills with .412
hitting percentage in the teams loss to Johnson and Wales. He also
had nine digs in the match.
Against Grand Canyon, Evans had 13 digs at the libero position,
and in the team's lone win of the tournament he compiled 18 kills
and six digs.
He averages 2.67 kills per set and 2.13 digs per set in the
Since this is the first season that the Conference Carolinas
men' volleyball Evans is the first player to earn the award.