Dinwiddie, Scott earn Sun Belt weekly accolades

Texas State Volleyball

Texas State sophomore libero Micah Dinwiddie and freshman middle blocker Tyeranne Scott received Sun Belt weekly awards on Monday. 

Dinwiddie was named conference Defensive Player of the week and Scott earned Freshman of the Week. 

Dinwiddie, a Lewisville native, finished the week with 39 digs and 6.5 digs per set. The defense led by Dinwiddie’s performances only allowed 43 kills against its two opponents. She recorded 22 digs against Georgia Southern and amassed 17 digs against Georgia State. 

This is Dinwiddie’s third Defensive Player of the Week award. She has earned eight total weekly awards from the Sun Belt. Dinwiddie was named Freshman of the Week five times last season. 

Scott led the Bobcats with three solo blocks, eight total blocks and had a .480 hitting percentage during the weekend. The Houston native averaged 1.33 blocks per set. Scott tallied 13 digs with only one error on 25 attempts. She recorded five kills and three blocks against Georgia Southern, and eight kills and three solo blocks against Georgia State. 

Arkansas junior outside hitter Carlisa May and Appalachian State senior Ashlyn Brown joined Dinwiddie and Scott on this week’s award list. 

May was named Offensive Player of the Week, while Brown earned Setter of the Week honors. 

Texas State has received six weekly awards this season. Senior setter Erin Hoppe, junior middle blocker Madison Daigle and sophomore outside hitter Amy Pflughaupt also earned conference weekly awards this year. 

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