Stinson Player of the Year, Lane and Garrison earn NWC honors

Stinson Player of the Year, Lane and Garrison earn NWC honors

TACOMA, WashingtonHannah Stinson was named the Northwest Conference Player of the Year, while Kristen Lane and Rachael Garrison also earned All-NWC honors, the league announced on Monday.

Stinson, a junior from Portland, Oregon, is the sixth Logger in program history to earn conference player of the year. Jackie Harvey was the last Logger to earn the honor during the 2012 season.

Stinson led the NWC with a .320 hitting percentage, and she ranked fifth with 265 kills. She was also dominant on the defensive front, as her 1.02 blocks per set raked third in the NWC.

Lane proved to be one of the most versatile players in the NWC. She ranked 11th in kills (220) and eighth in digs (319). The senior from Seattle tallied nine double-doubles during the season.

Garrison finished the season as the NWC's leader in digs with 530. The junior from Millbrae, California, had four games of 30 or more digs, including a season-high 45 at George Fox on Nov. 4.

Puget Sound (15-9, 10-6 NWC) finished the season third in the conference standings.



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