Women's Volleyball: Koehler Earns Second Straight, Third Overall NECC Player Of The Week Award

(Nashua, N.H.) - For the third time this season and second week in a row, Daniel Webster College women's volleyball player Hannah Koehler of Bedford, N.H. (Bedford) has been named the NECC's "Player of the Week" as announced Monday by the conference office.

Koehler, a junior middle blocker, averaged 4.67 kills per set along with eight five blocks, and combined to hit .418 overall (28k-5e-55att). DWC went 2-0 and clinched a share of the NECC Regular Season title in the process.

Koehler opened the week with a match-high 12 kills with one error to hit .478 (12-1-23) and posted four blocks in a 3-0 sweep of Bay Path on October 26th and followed with another match-best of 16 kills, a hitting percentage of .375 and one block as the Eagles bested Becker 3-0 on October 28th.

On the season, Koehler is averaging a team-best 3.52 kills per set (second in the NECC) and is hitting a conference-leading .330 with 13 assists, 45 digs, and a team best and league-leading 55 blocks.

The Eagles broke the all-time program record for win in a season as they stand 21-7 overall and finished 7-1 in NECC play earning tri-champion honors for the regular season.

DWC is the second seed for the NECC tournament and await an opponent for a home playoff semifinal this Friday at 7:00 p.m.

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