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Kate Lang

University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa women’s volleyball player, Kate Lang earned a record fourth-straight Big West Setter of the Week award after distributing 134 assists and averaging 13.4 assists this past week in the Fight in the Fort tournament in Fort Worth, Texas. It is her seventh career Setter of the Week honor.

Lang, returned to her home state and helped direct the Rainbow Wahine to a 2-1 record with wins over Western Carolina and Florida State and a tough loss to host team, Texas Christian University (TCU). She had more than 40 assists in every match and was in on six blocks.

In the Rainbow Wahine’s opener against TCU, she provided 54 assists with eight digs and two blocks. She had a set percentage of .374.

After falling to the Horned Frogs to begin the tournament, the Rainbow Wahine bounced back with a sweep over Western Carolina in which Lang directed the offense to a season-high .345 team hitting percentage with a season-low 10 hitting errors. She posted 40 assists averaging 15 assists per set with a .460 set percentage in 87 chances.

In UH‘s non-conference and tourney finale versus Florida State, she had 45 assists with a .391 set percentage while averaging 15 assists per set for the second-straight match.

Currently, Lang leads the Big West and is No. 11 in the NCAA with an average of 10.98 assists per set.

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