Ryan Ammerman is making conference and national headlines, even more-than 1,000 miles from home. Chaparral High School graduate (2004) Ryan Ammerman, …
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Ryan Ammerman is making conference and national headlines, even
more-than 1,000 miles from home.
Chaparral High School graduate (2004) Ryan Ammerman, now a
setter with the University of California-Irvine men’s volleyball
team, was recently named the Sports Imports/AVCA Division I-II
Men’s National Player of the Week, as well as Mountain Pacific
Sports Federation Co-Player of the Week with Pepperdine’s Paul
Ammerman guided the No. 2 ranked Anteaters to victories over
Loyola-Chicago and No. 11 UCLA the week prior to being honored. In
a sweep of Loyola-Chicago to begin that week, Ammerman recorded 29
assists and added eight blocks, leading his squad to a .299 hitting
In the match at UCLA, he tallied a career-high 66 assists in
five games, adding a team-high 11 digs, while leading UCI to a .336
hitting percentage. His 66 assists are ranked eighth in the UCI
rally scoring record books.
For the week, Ammerman averaged 11.88 assists per game, while
adding nearly two digs and blocks per game, all while leading the
Anteaters to an impressive .322 hitting percentage.
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