Winona State University’s Megan Flom has been named the American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA)/Sports Imports Division II Player of the Week – becoming just the second Warrior in program history to earn the national award.
Flom led Winona State to a program milestone last weekend as the Warriors swept two Top 25 teams on the road in back-to-back matches for the first time on record.
The junior middle blocker/outside hitter totaled 28 kills (4.66 kills/set) with a .520 attacking percentage while committing just two hitting errors over two matches. Flom added three service aces, three digs and nine blocks to her impressive stat line.
Against No. 19 Sioux Falls, Flom drilled 11 kills with a blistering .476 attacking percentage. The next day against No. 9 Southwest Minnesota State, she floored a season-best 17 kills to go along with a career-high .552 hitting percentage.
The noteworthy weekend sweep helped catapult Winona State from the receiving votes category to No. 19 in this week’s AVCA Division II Top 25 Poll.
The Warriors return home this weekend for Homecoming to battle No. 15 Wayne State on Friday night and conclude the weekend against Augustana University on Saturday evening.