Dalhousie’s Lucy Glen-Carter and Sherbrooke’s Zachary Hollands have been named the U SPORTS volleyball players of the week for the period ending March 5, 2023.
Lucy Glen-Carter, Dalhousie
Hometown: Toronto, Ont.
Year of eligibility: 4th
Academic program: MSc. Physiotherapy
Lucy Glen-Carter is the U SPORTS player of the week in women’s volleyball after an impressive 77-point weekend against the Acadia Axewomen. In the Tigers' first match in the AUS finals, Glen-Carter collected 26.5 points with match-highs of 25 kills, 16 digs and one service ace in a 3-2 defeat. On Friday, the senior earned 28.5 points, again with match-highs of 27 kills, 18 digs, and three assists to help force game three in the finals. In the last match, Glen-Carter received 22 points and a match-high 19 kills. The Torontonian also added 18 digs, three service aces, and two assists to earn Championship MVP in the Tigers' 3-2 win to claim the championship title.
The Tigers will be back in action in the U SPORTS Women’s Volleyball Championship in Vancouver, B.C., starting March 17. View the national championship schedule on the official championship website and watch the games live on CBC Sports.
Zachary Hollands, Sherbrooke
Position: Outside Hitter
Hometown: Sherbrooke, Qué.
Year of Eligibility: 2nd
Academic Program: Electrical Engineering
Sherbrooke’s Zachary Hollands is the U SPORTS men’s volleyball player of the week after the second-year outside hitter led the Vert & Or to a series sweep against the Montréal Carabins. The electrical engineering student had a total of 30 kills in both games and was a crucial receiver and defensive player. Holland was a major force in Sherbrooke’s RSEQ championship win.
The Vert et Or are back in action at the 2023 U SPORTS Men’s Volleyball Championship starting March 17 in Hamilton, Ont. View the national championship schedule on the official championship website and watch the games live on CBC Sports.