Portsmouth, Ohio – Shawnee State volleyball had four players named NAIA Daktronics Scholar-Athlete award winners, as Rhyanna Day (SR/Beaver, Ohio), Bonnie Huesing (SR/Mason, Ohio), Brittany Mounts (SR/Beaver, Ohio), and Brianna Wiget (JR/Piketon, Ohio) were all honored.
Rhyanna Day, a senior from Beaver, Ohio, played in 27 matches this season. She led Shawnee State in digs with 425, and was fourth in the Mid-South Conference in digs per set with 4.3. Bonnie Huesing, a senior from Mason, Ohio, played in 13 matches, recording 39 kills and 16 assists. Brittany Mounts, a senior also from Beaver, Ohio, played in 12 matches this season.
Brianna Wiget was the only junior honored for Shawnee State this season. From Piketon, Ohio, Wiget was a consistent starter, recording 205 kills in 29 matches while also getting 206 digs. Wiget was also active at the net, recording 20 total blocks.
The NAIA Daktronics Scholar-Athlete award is given to non-transfers who have attended two years or transfers who have attended one year who have accumulated a 3.5 grade point average. All four of Shawnee State's award winners this season well exceeded the minimum requirements.
Rhyanna Day earned her second Scholar-Athlete award, while Huesing, Mounts, and Wiget all earned their first. Shawnee State had only two award winners last season, with Day and Madison Smith taking home the award.
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