The Collegiate Volleyball Update (CVU.com) is pleased to announce that Kansas State University junior Stacey Spiegelberg has been selected as the CVU.com National Player of the Week for Nov. 20 through Nov. 26.
A 6-0 setter from Overland Park, Kan., Spiegelberg led Kansas State to it's first back-to-back wins in Big 12 play, taking the Wildcats out of the season on a high note.
The junior started things off with a big night against Texas Tech, dishing out 58 assists while scooping 10 digs and contributing five kills on .556 hitting. She also added four blocks and a career-high five service aces in the 3-1 win.
Then, against in-state rival Kansas, Spiegelberg put up another balanced match. In the sweep, the junior added 37 more assists, eight digs and five kills on .500 hitting. Additionally she had four aces and three more blocks.
For the week, Spiegelberg averaged 13.57 assists, 2.57 digs, 1.43 kills (on .529 hitting), 1.29 aces and 1.0 blocks per game while leading Kansas State to .309 hitting for the two matches.
Spiegelberg is also only the third Wildcat to record a quadruple-triple season, topping 100 in assists, digs, blocks and kills.
Editor's Note: This is the fourteenth in a series of Player-of-the-Week selections that will be made through the remainder of the season and announced on Tuesday of each week.
College and conference SIDs are welcome to make Player-of-the-Week nominations. Nominations are due every Monday by 4 p.m. Pacific time.