The second-year middle from Portage la Prairie, a graduate of Westpark, was instrumental in the Pilots come from behind, five-set, victory over Université de Saint-Boniface Les Rouges. He registered 17 kills at an 88.89% kill efficiency, 12 blocks and two digs. The win puts the Pilots on top of the MCAC standings at 11-2.
“Brett is our hardest working player day in and day out,” said head coach Scott Masterson. “He brings so much energy and enthusiasm to our team and he is a player we can really rally around. He is a pleasure to coach, a great teammate and a great member of the Providence community as a whole.”
The Pilots visit the Canadian Mennonite University Blazers on Saturday at 6:00.