The league office announced Monday that senior Abbie Harry and junior Emily Doss earned SLC Player of the Week honors after they led the Sugar Bears to wins over the UIW Cardinals and Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Islanders last week.
Harry earned her first Player of the Week honor after posting an impressive 41 kills (5.86 per set) over seven sets on a strong .311 hitting percentage.
She turned in back-to-back 20-plus kill performances and finished with only 13 errors.
The Cardinals had zero answers for Harry as she owned the net and flexed a .400 hitting percentage.
Harry finished the regular season with a season-high 429 kills and ten double-doubles.
Doss earned her second Player of the Week honor after converting 39 digs (5.57 per set) in seven sets and holding the Islanders attack in check as she recorded a game-high 23 digs.
She finished the regular season with a season-high 553 digs, 11 20-plus dig matches and three 30-plus performances.
:Beltran, Dube earn All-AMC honors
The American Midwest Conference announced their all-conference teams Friday in a press release following the men's soccer championship match.
Two Mustangs, Carlos Beltran and Nyasha Dube, were selected by the AMC coaches.
Beltran was named honorable mention for the second time, also receiving honorable mention honors in 2017.
Beltran was third on the team in assists this season with two and played a solid holding midfield all season long.
Dube was recognized by the AMC for the first time and also earned honorable mention honors. He finished tied for second on the team in goals with three, had one assist and tied for third on the team in shots on goal with nine.
:Srdanov recognized by AMC
The American Midwest Conference announced their all-conference volleyball teams Friday between the two AMC semifinal matchups at Park.
Lena Srdanov was selected by the AMC as the lone all-conference player for the Mustangs.
Srdanov was named to the honorable mention team.
This season, she was the co-leader in attack percentage at .192 and finished the season with 222 kills, 254 digs, 26 service aces, 21 blocks and eight double-doubles in 21 matches and 77 sets played.
Srdanov also set single match records for both kills and attacks with 33 and 72 against Randall University in a win Oct. 22.