WHITEFISH — The Frontier Conference announced Monday its weekly volleyball players of the week where student-athletes from Montana Tech, Montana Western and Rocky Mountain College were honored.
Masha Korol, a 6-foot-2 senior outside hitter for the Orediggers, garnered attacker of the week honors after leading Tech to a pair of wins to close the regular season. The Ukraine native averaged 4.89 kills with a .310 hitting percentage in a five-set win over Lewis-Clark State and four-set victory over rival Carroll College. Korol also averaged 3.67 digs in the two matches.
Montana Western’s Dylan Fowler added another league defender of the week honor to her resume. The senior libero from Belgrade averaged 6.75 digs, had a perfect serving percentage and a 96 percent passing percentage in a weekend split against Providence and MSU-Northern. The Bulldogs fell in four sets against the 20th-ranked Argos, while defeating the Skylights 3-1.
Rocky Mountain College sophomore Natalie Hilderman captured the Frontier Conference setter of the week award after helping the Bears to an undefeated conference season. Rocky swept MSU-Northern and the University of Providence over the weekend, with Hilderman averaging 11.5 assists and 1.83 digs per set. She added a pair of solo blocks and four assisted blocks for the Bears, who enter this week’s Frontier Conference tournament as the No. 1 seed.
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