Northern Volleyball Players of the Week, September 1-3
The NWAACC Northern Region Volleyball Coaches are proud to announce that Katlyn Hammons from Whatcom Community College and Kristin DeHaan from Whatcom Community College have been named Offensive and Defensive Player of the Week (respectively) for the week of September 1-3, 2006
Offensive Player of the Week:
Katlyn Hammons, a freshman form Whatcom Community College, earned the honor for her performance in a non-league match verses Centralia CC and at the Lower Columbia Tournament. Katlyn is a middle hitter who had 43 kills in 94 attempts with a hitting efficiency of .3191. She also had 8 ace serves in 49 attempts, 11 blocks and 7 digs. According to Head Coach Nate Langstraat : “Katie really demonstrated determination and drive during opening weekend of play. She led our team in offensive statistics, posting almost 32% hitting efficiency with 3.3 kills per game. Katie is solid middle hitter with an incredible work ethic. I expect to see continued greatness from her in the weeks to come.”
Katlyn Hammons in the daughter of Matthew Hammons of Omak, WA and a graduate of Omak High School. Katlyn is attending Whatcom to complete work towards an AA degree in Nursing and hopes to one day become an OB Nurse. Her academic goals include maintaining a high GPA and to graduate with honors.
Defensive Player of the Week:
Kristin DeHaan, a sophomore form Whatcom earned the honor for her performance in non-league competition at Centralia CC and at the Lower Columbia Tournament. Kristin is a defensive specialist who had 64 digs, and five ace serves. According to Head Coach Nate Langstraat; “Co-captain Kristin DeHaan is a returning player for Whatcom who has really established herself as an amazing defensive specialist…filling WCC’s role of libero. Kristin had a great opening weekend with a total 64 digs, with an average of 6.4 per game. Her calm, cool and collected attitude helps give our team a sense of confidence.”
Kristin is a graduate of Lynden Christian High School in Lynden, WA, and the daughter of Brad and Sheryl DeHann of Lynden. Kristin academic goals include completing her AA at Whatcom then transfer to Western Washington University to complete a degree in Business. Her hopes to one day own her own business.