Maddie Fehr wasn’t making friends with the volleyball this past weekend, killing it a total of 45 times.
The Providence University College Pilots split their weekend series with the Assiniboine Community College Cougars, but Fehr was a force in both games.
Fehr helped the Pilots to a 3-1 win on Friday, in what PUC head coach Kyle Guenther calls “one of the best individual games I have seen over the years.”
The third year outside hitter connected on 25 kills and had just three errors throughout the match. Fehr contributed on defence as well, diving down for 13 of her weekend total of 23 digs.
“Although the stats are above normal, this is what Maddie has been giving us all season,” said Guenther. “She leads us with her relentless, aggressive mentality and her insane work ethic.”
The Pilots dropped a 3-1 decision to the Cougars in Saturday’s rematch, but Fehr still did some damage — slamming down 20 kills.
“We are fortunate to have Maddie’s talent, leadership and character in our program,” said Guenther. “And we will continue to lean on her ability over the next few weeks.”
Fehr is enrolled in the psychology department at PUC.
The Pilots host the top-ranked USB Les Rouges on Saturday, Feb. 1, as they try to hold onto the last playoff spot with championship weekend coming up at the end of February.