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Southern Alum Liam Maxwell Named American Volleyball Coaches Association Division I-II Player of the Week

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STAFFORD - Former Southern Regional volleyball player Liam Maxwell was named the American Volleyball Coaches Association Division I-II National Player of the Week for March 27.


 

 

 

Maxwell was the Player of the Year in New Jersey in his senior season in 2016.  Liam is currently a sophomore at Belmont Abbey College in North Carolina.

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During that week, he recorded 62 kills and 26 digs in three victories over over Lees-McRae, Queens, and Lincoln Memorial. 

He averaged 5.17 kills per set, and hit .282 overall during the week. He was the second player in Belmont Abbey history to be named the National Player of the Week.

Maxwell plays at Belmont Abbey with former Southern teammates Brennan Davis (the 2017 NJ Player of the Year) and Colin Lockwood. 

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