College Volleyball: Pelnis honored by MCAC

The Central Lakes College Raiders had one player honored by the MCAC

Jenna Pelnis
Jenna Pelnis
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ROCHESTER — Jenna Pelnis was named the Minnesota College Athletic Conference Volleyball Defensive Athlete of the Week.

The freshman libero for the Central Lakes College Raiders played in 10 sets last week. She finished with 61 digs and four ace serves. Those numbers helped CLC to three conference wins and a victory over Division II Lake Region State College.

Against Alexandria, she finished with 27 digs for a 7.0 digs per set average.

The NJCAA Divison III”s fourth-ranked Raiders are 8-0 in the MCAC and 13-4 overall.

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