PLYMOUTH, N.H. - For the second straight week, the middle hitter on the Plymouth State College women's volleyball team has been honored by the Little East Conference.
Sophomore Becky Landry (Nashua, N.H.), who was named LEC Player of the Week last Monday, was selected to the Weekly Honor Roll on Monday. She led the Panthers to one win in three attempts.
A 5'9" middle hitter, Landry had at least 20 kills in two of the three matches. She posted 21 kills and 11 digs in a tough 3-0 loss to LEC regular season champion Western Connecticut last Friday, and added 20 kills and nine digs in Sunday's 3-1 setback to Colby-Sawyer. For the week, Landry had an impressive .400 hitting percentage while averaging 5.4 kills per game.
Landry ranks among the LEC season leaders in kills (2nd, 3.65/game), hitting percentage (5th, .323), and aces (6th, 0.80/game).
Plymouth State completed the regular season with a 16-13 overall record. The Panthers tied for third in the LEC with UMass Dartmouth, both with 4-3 records. PSC is the No. 4 seed in this week's LEC Tournament, and will host fifth-seeded UMass Boston (15-16, 3-4) this Wednesday at 6:00 p.m. at Foley Gymnasium.
The LEC semifinals and championship are Friday and Saturday (Nov. 2-3) at Western Connecticut State University in Danbury, Conn. The LEC champion receives an automatic berth in the NCAA Division III Tournament.