Davault and Neal Earn LSC Weekly Honors for the third time

Oct 30, 2013

After a perfect 2-0 week a pair of Lion volleyball players earned Lone Star Conference weekly honors. Senior setter Jordan Neal earned Co-Setter of the Week and junior outside hitter Amy Davault earned Co-Defensive Player of the Week honors.

It is the third time that Neal has earned Co-Setter of the Week honors so far this season. Davault also earns her third Player of the Week honor. Davault's previous two honors were Co-Offensive Player of the Week.

Neal posted 63 assists and 28 assists in the Lions five set win over Texas Woman's. This marked the third time this season that Neal has posted at least 60 assists. The 63 assists also mark the seventh time that Neal has recorded at least 50 assists in a match. This week's performance saw Neal raise here average to 11.75 assists, which is the best in the LSC and Top 10 nationally.

In the Lions five set win over Texas Woman's, Davault posted her 14th double-double of the season with a 23-kill and 22-dig outing. Davault accounted for 24 points versus Texas Woman's, which is new career high along with the 23 kills. In a sweep of Ouachita Baptist over the weekend, Davault recorded another 18 digs to lead the Lions. That is nine different matches this season that the Houston, Texas native has recorded at least 15 digs.

With the LSC weekly honors, A&M-Commerce continues to be one of the top all-around programs in the conference through the 2013-14 athletic season, racking up 21 Player of the Week honors thus far. The Lions have had at least two players selected as their respective sport's Player of the Week each week while all seven A&M-Commerce fall sports have had at least one LSC weekly honor.

A&M-Commerce LSC Players of the Week • Fall 2013
September 10: Jordan Neal (Volleyball Co-Setter)
September 11: Vicky Back (Soccer Defensive)
September 12: C.J. Clem (Men's Golfer)
September 16: Ronald Fields (Football Co-Special Teams)
September 17: Jordan Neal (Volleyball Co-Setter)
September 20: Dorian McCradic (Men's Cross Country)
September 20: Terra Truitt (Women's Cross Country)
September 24: Brionna Minde (Soccer Offensive)
October 1: Amy Davault (Volleyball Co-Offensive)
October 1: Jordan Neal (Volleyball Co-Setter)
October 2: Savannah Henderson (Soccer Offensive)
October 7: Cameron Frosch (Football Special Teams)
October 10: Chantry McMahan (Women's Golfer)
October 15: Amy Davault (Volleyball Co-Offensive)
October 17: Dorian McCradic (Men's Cross Country)
October 21: Deric Davis (Football Co-Offensive)
October 21: Vernon Johnson (Football Special Teams)
October 28: Vernon Johnson (Football Co-Offensive)
October 28: Marcus Fore (Special Teams)
October 29: Amy Davault (Volleyball Co-Defensive)
October 29: Jordan Neal (Volleyball Co-Setter)