Dakota Wesleyan’s Reiff named GPAC women’s volleyball player of the week

Reiff helped DWU move on to the semifinals of the Great Plains Athletic Conference tournament

Dakota Wesleyan University's Hanna Reiff digs a ball during the Northwestern 3-2 to win the first round of the Great Plains Athletic Conference tournament on Saturday, November 5, 2021 at the Christen Family Athletic Center. (Matt Gade / Republic)
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Dakota Wesleyan University’s Hanna Reiff was named the Great Plains Athletic Conference defensive specialist player of the week. The Chester native helped the Tigers reach the semifinals of the GPAC tournament, improving to 23-8 overall and 10-6 in GPAC play.

Reiff, a junior, had 34 digs and a pair of ace serves as the Tigers took down Northwestern in five sets. This season, Reiff averages 4.86 digs per set, ranking her at 21st amongst the NAIA. She also ranks 22nd in digs this season at 335.

Reiff and the Tigers take on No. 1 Jamestown in the quarterfinals at 7 p.m. on Nov. 10 in Jamestown.

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