Buffalo, NY - Senior outside hitter Pat Stroh (Hamburg, NY/Hamburg) continued to be one of the best players on the court for the Spartans and has earned AMCC Player of the Week honors.
On Sunday against Hiram, Pat recorded a team high 13 kills and six digs, tying for the team lead with four blocks. He added a service ace in the team's 3-0 win against Hiram, their second win in their last three matches.
His 13 kills marks the seventh time that Pat has recorded double-digit kills this season. He leads the team in kills (136), kills/set (4.12), and service aces/set (0.33) and is second in digs (65), digs/set (1.97), and hitting percentage (.307). Stroh is currently second in the NEAC in kills/set and third in kills as well as hitting percentage. He also currently leads the AMCC in kills/set, is second in kills, and is third in hitting percentage.
Pat has built off a fantastic first season with D'Youville where he played in 22 matches, leading the team in kills (303) and kills/set (3.84). He was second in hitting percentage (.207), service aces (27), service aces/set (0.34), and digs (111) while being third in digs/set (1.41). To conclude the season, Stroh was named an AMCC First Team All-Conference, NEAC Second Team All-Conference, and D'Youville Male Athlete of the Year.
Pat is a graduate of Hamburg High School and is from Hamburg, NY.