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Georgetown College volleyball's Rachel Eubanks notched her second Mid-South Conference Player of the Week honors for the week ending Oct. 14. Almost a month ago, Sept. 17, the sophomore garnered her first-ever award.
"When you are playing this well it is hard to pick anyone from the team that stands out, but Rachel is having an amazing sophomore year," said GC coach Nick Griffin. "She has really adjusted to the college game. She is swinging well and taking over when we need her to."
She hit above .300 for the week with 43 kills in four matches. Three of those matches, the Cincinnati native had double-digit kills.
The No. 13 Tigers did not drop a set this week, improving to 14-0 in matches where a sweep occurs. GC has not lost since August and is currently on a 20-match win streak - one shy of Griffin's record as head coach at Georgetown.
Eubanks' top match came in a dominant performance in a win over Union College. She recorded 13 kills in just 18 swings, while amassing five digs and three assisted blocks.
For the season, the sophomore ranks third in the conference in kills - 243 - fourth in kills per set average - 3.1 - and ninth in attacking percentage - .284.