HIGH POINT, N.C. – Pfeiffer University’s Quentin Moore has been selected as the NCAA Division II Conference Carolinas men’s volleyball Player of the Week during week number two in the 2012 season. Moore began his collegiate career with a 35-kill effort in a 2-1 start to the 2012 season for the Falcons.
Hosting Ball State in the season-opener, Moore put down a match-high 12 kills hitting .258 with a team-high six digs, a solo block and three block assists. In the league opener at Barton, the Richmond, VA native hit a whopping .583 with nine kills adding four more digs, another solo block and block assist. Moore led the Falcons to a team hitting percentage of .344 in the conference road victory.
Hosting King on Saturday, Moore continued his early dominant play with his third-consecutive match-high in 14 kills hitting .409. This time, Moore added his second match-high in the digs department with 10 for volleyball's version of a double-double. Moore added two solo blocks in the second-consecutive league sweep. For the week, Moore put down 35 kills in his first three matches averaging 3.89 kills/set with a .369 hitting percentage. The sophomore outside hitter also put up 2.22 digs/set, contributing to 4.78 points/set.
Moore and the Falcons are back on the hardwood over the next two weeks at Mount Olive, at Eastern Mennonite in a tri-match with Philly Biblical, and home to Limestone before heading to Lees-McRae. Pfeiffer is 2-1 overall on the season and 2-0 in league play.