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Scheetz Garners Final Rookie Weekly Award; UMBC Volleyball Combines for Eight Weekly Awards in 2007
Freshman Bridget Scheetz earned her second weekly rookie award after hitting .316 in three matches last week.
Scheetz picked up her second Rookie of the Week award this season, after capturing the conference’s first weekly award as well.
The rookie averaged 1.56 blocks per game last week, third-best in the conference, and added to her UMBC single-season record for assisted blocks, which she set earlier this season.
Over the weekend, Scheetz also averaged 3.22 kills per game and 4.06 points per game, while hitting .316 in three matches last week. She registered eight assisted blocks and a .500 clip from the floor in the 3-2 loss to Navy on Tuesday and finishes the season ranked in the conference top ten for assisted blocks (1.12, fourth) and hitting percentage (.294, seventh).
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The Retrievers have combined for eight weekly awards this season, which ties Stony Brook for the most awards by any team. Scheetz and freshman Sabrina Hoeks (
The yearly awards, All-Conference, and All-Rookie teams will be announced on Friday at the banquet to begin the America East Championship Tournament.