Wildcat Senior Volleyball Standout Earns POW League Honors For Second Time In A Month

WAYNE – For the second time this season Tarrin Beller received a player of the week honor following her performance in NSIC volleyball competition.

According to a release from the league office in Burnsville, Minnesota, the Lindsay native (Humphrey HS grad) was tabbed the NSIC Offensive Player of the Week Monday afternoon.

Beller led WSC in a pair of road wins over top 25 teams as WSC won in four sets over #19 Winona State and the final three sets during a five-set thriller at #18 Upper Iowa Friday and Saturday.

Beller hit .394 with 30 kills and just four errors. She also added four service aces and nine blocks during the weekend road series. The senior Wildcat middle hitter earned the NSIC Defensive Player of the Week on September 16.

Beller leads in the conference in blocks (73), second in the league in blocks per set (1.26) and leads WSC in kills (161/6th NSIC) while ranking second on the team in attack percentage (.384/4th NSIC).

This week’s defensive honor went to senior defensive specialist Emma Hallman from Bemidji State and the setter of the week went to sophomore Payton Nutter from Concordia-St. Paul.