CVC PLAYER OF THE WEEK - APRIL 9, 2018
Quinn Peterson, Juniata College

Quinn Peterson, a junior from Las Vegas, Nev., picks up his second conference weekly award this season after helping the Eagles to a perfect 3-0 record last week. Peterson, an outside hitter, was efficient in all three matches while totaling 44 kills. He hit .554 on the week, committing just eight errors on 65 swings. Peterson had a high of 19 kills in a win over St. John Fisher, adding six digs and five aces. He led his team in not just kills in their win over Penn State-Behrend but also tallied a team high 10 digs. On the week Peterson averaged 5.5 points per set and added 1.8 digs per set while recording six total blocks.

   

CVC PLAYER OF THE WEEK - APRIL 2, 2018
Sam Safley, Marymount University 

Sam Safley, a sophomore from Santa Clarita, Calif., continued his recent strong play by helping the Saints to a pair of conference wins last week, securing the top seed in the West Division for the upcoming conference tournament. Safley put down 18 kills in a sweep of Ramapo, adding seven digs and two block assists. He followed with 16 kills, hitting .560, in a sweep of Rutgers-Newark while adding three aces. On the week Safley hit .519 with 34 kills and just six errors on 54 swings; averaging 5.7 kills and 6.7 points per set. 

   

CVC PLAYER OF THE WEEK - MARCH 26, 2018
Corey Pieper, Rutgers University-Newark

For the second straight week, Rutgers-Newark senior Corey Pieper is the CVC Player of the Week. Pieper guided the Scarlet Raiders to a 2-0 record on the week including a conference win. Pieper pounded out 23 kills in a five-set win over conference foe Eastern Mennonite, marking his third straight 20 kill match. Pieper also added 15 digs in the match, a season-high, and three block assists. He closed out the week with 12 kills in a sweep of Mt. St. Vincent, adding five digs. On the week Pieper averaged 4.4 kills and 2.5 digs per set while hitting .281 and totaling 38 points in the two matches.

   

CVC PLAYER OF THE WEEK - MARCH 19, 2018
Corey Pieper, Rutgers University-Newark

Corey Pieper claims his second Continental Volleyball Conference Player of the Week award this season, taking home the honor on March 19, 2018. Pieper put down an astounding 52 kills in just two matches last week, finishing with 26 kills in each of the outings including a win over #12 ranked Mount St. Joseph's. Pieper started the week with 26 kills in a five-set match against Wittenberg, hitting .339 while adding 10 digs and four total blocks. Later that night Pieper recorded another 26 kills, this time hitting .333, in a three-set sweep of the nationally ranked foe; setting a new conference record for kills in a three-set match. He also added three digs and two block assists in the match. 

   

CVC PLAYER OF THE WEEK - MARCH 12, 2018
Matt Schaeffer, Juniata College

The Continental Volleyball Conference Player of the Week for March 12, 2018 is Juniata College setter Matt Schaeffer. Schaeffer, a sophomore, led the Eagles attack in impressive back to back wins, averaging 13.4 assists per set with the team hitting .369 combined in the two matches. He handed out 44 assists in a win over Ramapo and followed with 50 assists in a four-set win over Messiah. The Eagles finished with 106 kills total in the two matches as they topped the .300 mark for team hitting percentage in both matches; marking just the second time this season they have done so in back to back outings.

   

CVC PLAYER OF THE WEEK - MARCH 5, 2018
Dylan Flor, Kean University

The Continental Volleyball Conference Player of the Week for March 5, 2018 is Dylan Flor, an outside hitter from Kean University. Flor, a sophomore from Quakertown, Pa., helped the Cougars to a perfect 4-0 record last week including three conference wins that helped the Cougars remain atop the CVC standings. Flor averaged 3.71 kills per set in the four matches, hitting .423 and totaling 60.5 points. He recorded double-digit kills in three of the four matches with a high of 15 against Juniata. In a showdown against Rutgers-Newark Flor hit .545 with 14 kills and just two errors on 22 attempts. Flor also averaged 1.64 digs per set including putting together a double-double in his match against Juniata. 

   

CVC PLAYER OF THE WEEK - FEB. 26, 2018
Mitchell Patterson, Thiel College

Thiel College sophomore Mitchell Patterson is the Continental Volleyball Conference Player of the Week for February 26, 2018 after helping the Tomcats to three wins last week. Patterson totaled 40 kills over the three matches, averaging 4.44 kills per set. He had a high of 18 kills against Penn State-Behrend and added 17 more kills in a conference win over Cairn. Patterson closed out the week with five kills, on just seven attempts, in a win over Neumann. Patterson finished the week hitting .309 and added nine service aces and 12 digs. 

   

CVC PLAYER OF THE WEEK - FEB. 19, 2018
Corey Pieper, Rutgers University-Newark

Corey Pieper claims the Continental Volleyball Conference Player of the Week for February 19, 2018. Pieper, a senior right-side hitter, helped Rutgers University-Newark to a pair of wins last week; pacing their attack. He averaged 4.3 kills per set over the two matches, hitting .468 on the week while adding 1.8 digs per set. Pieper had a high of 15 kills in a win over Widender, in which he also added six digs and two block assists. On the week Pieper finished with 26 kills and just four errors while totaling 29 points. 

   

CVC PLAYER OF THE WEEK - FEB. 12, 2018
Christian Taylor, Eastern Mennonite University

Eastern Mennonite University setter Christian Taylor is the Continental Volleyball Conference Player of the Week for February 12, 2018. Taylor, a junior from Richmond, Va., helped the Royals roll off six wins last week including three conference victories. On the week he averaged 10.0 assists per set, totaling 170 in his six matches. He topped 30 assists in three different matches including a high of 35 assists in a win over Arcadia. More importantly, Taylor improved everyone around him, leading the team to a .271 hitting percentage, nearly 60 points higher than their season average, including the two highest marks this season (.372 against Neumann and .352 against Mount Ida). Taylor also added 13 digs and nine total blocks. 

   

CVC PLAYER OF THE WEEK - FEB. 5, 2018
TJ Wiechecki, Marymount University

Marymount University senior TJ Wiechecki is the Continental Volleyball Conference Player of the Week for February 5, 2018. Wiechecki, a right side hitter from Wilmington, Del., helped the #11 ranked Saints pick up two wins on the week including a 3-1 victory over #6 ranked Kean. Wiechecki finished with 18 kills in that win, adding three digs, two total blocks, and two service aces. On the week Wiechecki averaged 5.0 kills per set, totaling 41 points over two matches, with a .448 hitting percentage

   

CVC PLAYER OF THE WEEK - JAN. 29, 2018
Quinn Peterson, Juniata College

Quinn Peterson is the Continental Volleyball Conference Player of the Week for Jan. 29, 2018. Peterson, a junior from Las Vegas, Nev., helped Juniata College to a pair of wins last week while totaling 62 points over his three matches. Peterson topped 15 kills in all three matches including a high of 22 kills in a win over Queens University (N.C.). He started the week with 19 kills, hitting .533, in a win over Nazareth and added 15 kills against Mount St. Joseph. Peterson hit .297 on the week with 56 kills and added 12 digs and seven total blocks.

   


CVC PLAYER OF THE WEEK - JAN. 22, 2018
Dan Lutz, Eastern Mennonite University

Lutz, a senior middle hitter from Greencastle, Pa., helped the Royals to three wins in their first week of the season including a win over #3 ranked SUNY New Paltz. Lutz played a key role both offensively and defensively for the Royals, accounting for 3.1 points per set on the week; averaging 2.4 kills and 1.15 blocks per set while hitting .453 on the week. In the week's big win over their nationally ranked foe, Lutz had seven kills and five blocks while hitting .636 in the match. Lutz had a weekly high of 12 kills in a five-set win over SUNY Poly and a high of seven blocks against Nazareth. He finished the week with at least seven kills in all five matches while tallying at least five blocks in four matches.