Ohio State's Gordon Tabbed Player of the Week After Breaking Big Ten's All-Time Career Mark for Kills

Ohio State's Stacey Gordon is the Big Ten's All-Time Career Leader in Kills

Ohio State's Stacey Gordon is the Big Ten's All-Time Career Leader in Kills

Oct. 18, 2004

Stacey Gordon
SR, Outside Hitter, Oshawa, Ontario/Eastdale Collegiate

Gordon averaged 8.0 kills per game in two matches this past weekend and recorded her 2,380th career kill, which set the all-time Big Ten mark. The Buckeye senior had 25 kills in three games against Michigan State and 31 in a four-game match versus Michigan.

Her record-breaking kill came on her 27th kill against the Wolverines, which gave OSU a 13-12 lead in game four. Gordon, who passed the mark of 2,379 set by Minnesota's Nicole Branagh (1997-2000), ended the weekend with 2,384 career kills. Her current total moves her to seventh on the NCAA Division I career kills list. She stands 56 kills behind No. 6 Jill McCreary (1987, 89-91) of Akron who has 2,439. Gordon has a 5.99 career kills per game average which ranks third in the NCAA Division I career kills per game list. With double-figure kills in both matches, she also extended her streak of consecutive double-figure kill streak to 92 matches.

Gordon averaged 9.0 points per game collecting 56 kills, four ace serves, two solo blocks and two assist blocks. She now has 2,652.5 career points (2,384 kills, 151 aces, 32 solo blocks, 171 assist blocks), has a 6.66 career points-per-game average and is now OSU's career points-per-game leader. Her total passed Vanessa Wouters' mark of 6.62 ppg set from 1996-97.

Gordon has earned Big Ten Player of the Week honors three times this season and on 14 occasions over her career.

Ranked eighth nationally last week, Ohio State improved to 18-0 on the season and is 8-0 in the Big Ten.


 

 

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