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2004 NCAC Players of the Week

November 7, 2004

Wittenberg senior setter Sarah Yuskewich (Columbus, Ohio/Watterson) led 
the Tigers to their eighth straight North Coast Athletic Conference 
Tournament title. In the NCAC tournament championship game, Yuskewich 
was dominant, recording 45 assists to lead Wittenberg past runner-up, 
Hiram, in three sets. In the Tigers semifinal win over Denison, she 
distributed 43 assists and seven kills. She was named the NCAC Tournament 
MVP for her efforts.
October 31, 2004

Earlham sophomore Lisa Vanderkolk (Bluffton, IN/Bluffton) recorded 
54 kills, 123 digs and 29 blocks to lead the Quakers to a 3-3 week, 
including wins over Dominican, Marantha and Oberlin (non-conference). 
October 24, 2004

Wooster freshman setter Heather Wolff (Mansfield, OH/Madison 
Comprehensive) had 35 assists on Wooster's 45 kills in a three-game 
victory over Oberlin.  She also contributed 13 digs and three blocks. 
October 17, 2004

Ohio Wesleyan senior outside hitter Lindsay Wohlheter (Newark, OH/
Catholic) totaled 23 kills, 47 digs, two solo blocks, three service 
aces and an assist in the Bishops’ 1-2 week. In a five-set loss to 
Wilmington, Wohlheter led her team with 16 kills and 33 digs. In her 
team's NCAC victory over Earlham, she led the way with six kills, 10 
digs, three aces and an assist in a four-set victory.
October 10, 2004

Allegheny junior middle hitter Lindsey Tupman (Virginia Beach, VA/Kellam) 
totaled 47 kills, 25 digs and 23 blocks in the Gators’ 3-1 week. 
October 3, 2004

Hiram sophomore middle hitter Shana Toth (Mantua, OH/Crestwood) smashed 
88 kills and had 19 blocks as her team went 4-0 last week, 2-0 in conference
play.  She leads her team in both categories this season, ranks second 
in the conference in kills per game (3.86) and is fourth in blocks per 
game (0.99). 
September 26, 2004

Wooster junior outside hitter Tiffany Rice (Canton, OH/McKinley) had
another stellar performance in the Scots’ 3-0 week. She registered 49
kills, 14 digs and five blocks in those matches. She leads the NCAC
with a 4.31 kills per game average, and is eight kills short of 1,000
in her career. The Scots are in the midst of an eight-match winning
streak, and are off to a 2-0 start in conference play.
September 19, 2004

Wittenberg senior Sarah Yuskewich (Columbus, OH/Watterson) was named to
the all-tournament team at the Teri Clemens Invitational at Washington
University. She recorded 151 in the three matches, and now leads the
conference with 14.81 assists per game this season. She totalled 43
assists against Trinity, 52 versus Juniata and 56 against Washington.
She surpassed 5,000 career assists (5,118) and became the NCAC’s all-
time leader in that category.  
September 12, 2004

Wittenberg senior Kristin Fox (Galion, OH/Galion) had 30 kills in nine
games as the Tigers swept three matches en route to the title at the
Wittenberg Invitational.  Fox, who ranks second in the NCAC with a 3.52
kills per game average, was named the tournament's MVP.
September 7, 2004

Denison junior Ellen Price (Maple City, MI/Leland) was named to the
all-tournament team after she recorded 64 kills and led the team with 19
blocks in 20 games. The Big Red placed second in the Marietta’s River
City tournament.