College Volleyball: CLC’s Rinicker honored by MCAC

Rinicker honored by conference

Megan Rinicker
Megan Rinicker
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ROCHESTER — Central Lakes College Raiders Megan Rinicker was named the Minnesota College Athletic Conference North Division Offensive Athlete of the Week.

In nine sets, Rinicker, a sophomore middle hitter from Henning High School, collected 41 kills, two set assists, six ace serves, 20 digs, and nine blocks. She hit .514 on the week with a 4.55 kill/set average in three wins.

The Raiders went into their Wednesday, Oct. 5, contest at Mesabi Range with a 10-10 overall record and a 7-4 division record.

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