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U H women's volleyball player Kate Lang Big West Setter of the Week graphic

University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa women’s volleyball player Kate Lang was named Big West Setter of the Week on November 7, after leading the UH offense to a pair of sweeps against Long Beach State University on November 4 and California State University, Fullerton on November 5.

The sophomore directed the Rainbow Wahine offense to a combined .307 hitting percentage in both wins to nab her second Setter of the Week award this season. She previously earned the honor on September 26. This marks Lang’s fourth overall weekly honor after being tabbed twice as a Freshman of the Week in 2021.

In the sweep over Long Beach State, Lang recorded her seventh double-double of the season, dishing out 29 assists with 11 digs. She had a .408 set percentage while putting down four kills, a pair of service aces and a block.

Against Cal State Fullerton, Lang posted a match-high 37 assists with a .481 set percentage while leading the Hawaiʻi offense to a combined .353 hitting percentage. She added two kills and six digs, tallying career dig No. 400.

Lang averaged 11.00 assists and 2.83 digs per set in six sets played. She currently averages 10.23 assists per set on the season, placing second in the Big West Conference.

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