Deveney Wells-Gibson Named Southland Volleyball Player of the Week

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HUNTSVILLE, TX -- Sam Houston State’s Deveney Wells-Gibson has been named as Southland Conference volleyball “offensive player of the week” after leading the Kats to home victories over McNeese State and Lamar to help SHSU clinch its first regular season league title since 1994.

Wells-Gibson averaged 4.78 kills per set and totaled 49 points for the week.

The San Antonio, Texas (Churchill H.S.), native chipped in with 29 digs and produced double figure kills in each match. The junior outside hitter is second in the conference with 4.06 kills per set while the Bearkats clinched a share of the regular season title Saturday.

Sam Houston State will be making its sixth consecutive Southland Conference post-season tournament appearance and its 18th trip to the event overall.

The Bearkats won the Southland post-season tournament in 1993 and 1996 and finished as runner-up in 1987.

Sam Houston is the No. 2 seed at this year’s event hosted by Central Arkansas in Conway. The Kats begin action against No. 7 seed Nicholls at 11 a.m. Friday. The semifinals will be played Saturday with the championship finals on Sunday. The tournament winner represents the Southland Conference in the NCAA national volleyball championships.



 
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