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Kate Lang Setter of the Week announcement

University of Hawaiʻi women’s volleyball player Kate Lang was voted Big West Setter of the Week after helping lead the Rainbow Wahine to a pair of road sweeps. This is Lang’s sixth Setter of the Week award of 2023 and ninth of the junior’s career.

Lang distributed 64 total assists to average 10.67 assists/set. She and Jackie Matias had the ‘Bows offense hitting at a .345 clip while averaging 15.17 kills/set on UH‘s roadtrip.

At CSUN, Lang issued 37 assists with one error in 67 attempts for a .552 assist percentage. She added seven digs plus a kill as the ‘Bows hit a combined, .367. UH closed out the sweep hitting .522 in the third set alone.

Lang dished out 27 assists with a pair of service aces and three digs at Cal State Bakersfield to extend UH‘s win streak to a season-long five straight wins. UH hit .327 with nine different players notching at least one kill.

Overall, Lang leads the league with a career-high 10.39 assists per set and 852 total assists. As a team, UH is top in the Big West in assists per set (12.94) which ranks the ‘Bows at No. 15 in the NCAA DI. UH also leads the Big West in kill/set (13.84) which ranks at No. 19 in the NCAA. UH has hit over .300 in each of the last four matches and nine times this season.

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