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Cleveland State

Jamie Daniels

Hometown: Fairfield, Ohio

MediumDaniels made 11 saves across two matches over the weekend as Cleveland State went 2-0 on the road. At Eastern Kentucky, Daniels turned aside three shots in a 2-1 victory before posting a shutout with eight saves in CSU’s 2-0 win at Ohio.

Cleveland State

Vickie Havas

Hometown: Stow, Ohio

MediumHavas earned Offensive Player of the Week honors after leading Cleveland State to a 2-0 week, scoring game-winning goals in both matches in victories at Eastern Kentucky and at Ohio. With 18 career goals, Havas is one shy of tying the CSU career record.

Wright State

Tyler Blackmer

Hometown: Boise, ID

MediumJunior goalkeeper Tyler Blackmer made his 2015 campaign debute with a shutout performance against Binghamton where he produced three saves in the winning effort. On Sunday, he tallied two more saves facing Cal State Fullerton with the only goal given up on the weekend coming off of a penalty kick. Overall, he held opponents to a .50 goals-against average in 180 minutes of work while being named to the Wolstein Classic All-Tournament Team.

Wright State

Peguy Ngatcha

Hometown: Manchester, NH

MediumPeguy Ngatcha was named to the Wolstein All-Tournament Team after scoring a goal in each of Wright State’s matches over the weekend. The junior scored the game-winning goal versus Binghamton in Friday’s 2-0 win and the first goal on Sunday against Cal State Fullerton in the 2-1 victory. Overall, Ngatcha tallied four points on five shots in which all five of those were on-goal.

Wright State

Katie Klusman

Hometown: Cincinnati, Ohio

MediumKlusman hit .327 with 49 kills and 26 digs last weekend as WSU won the Holiday Inn Classic. Named to the all-tournament team, she hit .380 with 27 kills and 12 digs in a win over Niagara. The 27 kills were the most by a WSU player since 2007. Shen posted another double-double of 13 kills and 10 digs as the Raiders swept Tennessee Tech on Saturday and had nine kills in the championship match versus Evansville as WWSU again recorded a sweep.

Cleveland State

Alexis Middlebrooks

Hometown: Elyria, Ohio

MediumMiddlebrooks finished the weekend with 23 blocks and 43 kills on a .344 hitting percentage – earning Tournament MVP honors at the Blue Raider Bash and picking up Horizon League Defensive Player of the Week accolades. Against Indiana, she had a career-high nine block assists, while also posting a career-best 14 kills. Middlebrooks, who averaged a league-best 1.28 blocks per set over opening weekend, also tallied six blocks against Bowling Green and four against Middle Tennessee and Notre Dame.

Horizon League Athletes of the Week, for the week of Aug. 24-30.

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