University of Hawaii sophomore opposite Brook Sedore was named the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Molten Player of the Week Mondayfollowing his monster weekend in the team’s two-match sweep of UC San Diego.
Sedore (Grande Prairie, Alberta, Canada) accumulated 50 kills (5.56 K/S) with a .400 hitting attack (50-16-85), 13 digs (1.44 D/S), nine blocks (1.00 B/S), and two aces through the weekend in propelling the Warriors to a MPSF Tournament berth. He slammed 31 kills (.489) the second night, third most for a match in the conference this year and totaled 58 series points (6.44 P/S).
Sedore is the third Warrior to earn the conference’s weekly award this season after freshman Sinisa “Siki” Zarkovic was a two-time winner. He ranks second on the team with a 2.93 kills per set average and since moving to the opposite position full-time, he has a team-best 3.64 average.
The Warriors will open the MPSF Tournament with a quarterfinal round match-up against top-seeded BYU, Saturday in Provo, Utah.