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Menlo College's Renn Isobe honored as GSAC Defender of the Week

 

Menlo College women's volleyball player Renn Isobe was named the Golden State Athletic Conference Defender of the Week on Monday.

Isobe played stellar defense all week from her libero position, helping the Oaks to a 2-1 record with wins over Pacific Union College and La Sierra University.

In Tuesday's match against PUC, Isobe tallied 24 digs and was a perfect 25-25 in pass attempts.

She followed that up with a 22-dig effort on Thursday against La Sierra and a five-dig effort on Friday against No. 10 Vanguard University.

Isobe is the first Menlo volleyball player to earn GSAC Player of the Week honors this season.

Isobe, a junior from Honolulu, appeared in 28 matches last year and led the Oaks with 36 service aces and 509 digs, good for third all-time in a single season at Menlo.

She has 201 digs thus far and has 889 for her career.

The Oaks (1-6, 3-15) play at William Jessup on Saturday at 7 p.m. in a GSAC match.

— Menlo Athletics

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