Thursday, 23 May 2024

Women’s Update: Who led Team USA in Stats in 2019?

The U.S. Women’s National Team had an outstanding year in 2019, and it’s time to take a closer look at some of the impressive statistics. From match starts and kills to hitting efficiency and blocks per set, Team USA proved their dominance on the court. Let’s dive into the numbers and see who led the team in these key categories.

Match Starts and Sets Played

In terms of match starts, Annie Drews took the lead with 23 starts, closely followed by Haleigh Washington, Megan Courtney, Kelsey Robinson, and Chiaka Ogbogu. Kelsey Robinson also played the most sets in 2019, with an impressive 90 sets played, while Megan Courtney was not far behind with 87 sets.

Offensive Performance

When it comes to offensive performance, Team USA excelled. The team held a .327 hitting efficiency and converted 45.4 percent of their attacks. They averaged 2.87 blocks and 1.59 aces per set. In contrast, the team’s defense limited opponents to a .194 hitting efficiency and 36.0 kill percent. Opponents averaged just 0.96 aces per set and 2.69 blocks per set.

Annie Drews stood out in terms of kills, totaling a team-high 335 kills in 2019, while Kelsey Robinson followed closely behind with 263 kills. Kelsey Robinson also had the highest kill percent among players with at least 20 sets played, at 57.8, followed by Chiaka Ogbogu with 55.9 percent. Hannah Tapp converted 54.2 percent of her attacks.

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Karsta Lowe led the team in points per set, averaging 4.60 points, followed by Annie Drews at 4.56 and Jordan Thompson at 4.51. Kelsey Robinson was the top point scorer for non-opposites, averaging 3.50 points per set.

Defensive Performance

Defensively, Hannah Tapp led the team in blocks per set, with an average of 0.93, closely followed by Chiaka Ogbogu at 0.77 blocks per set. Sarah Wilhite Parsons had the highest ace average among players with at least 30 sets played, with 0.42 aces per set. Justine Wong-Orantes compiled a team-leading 3.02 digs per set, followed by Lauren Carlini at 2.87 and Megan Courtney at 2.64 digs per set. Justine Wong-Orantes also had the highest reception efficiency at .550 among players with at least 100 attempts.

Team Achievements

In addition to these individual performances, it’s worth noting that the U.S. Women’s National Team had an outstanding overall record in 2019, with a 44-7 record in 51 tournament matches. These impressive statistics showcase the team’s talent, hard work, and dedication to the sport.

FAQs

Q: How many sets did the U.S. Women’s National Team play in 2019?
A: The team played 51 tournament matches in 2019.

Q: Who led the team in match starts and sets played?
A: Annie Drews led the team in match starts with 23, while Kelsey Robinson played the most sets with 90.

Q: Who had the highest kill percent among players with at least 20 sets played?
A: Kelsey Robinson had the highest kill percent at 57.8, followed by Chiaka Ogbogu with 55.9 percent.

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Q: Who led the team in blocks per set?
A: Hannah Tapp had the highest blocks per set average at 0.93.

Q: Who had the highest digs per set average?
A: Justine Wong-Orantes had the highest digs per set average at 3.02.

Summary

In summary, the U.S. Women’s National Team had an incredible year in 2019, with impressive performances in various statistical categories. Annie Drews led the team in match starts and kills, while Kelsey Robinson stood out in terms of sets played and kill percent. The team’s offensive and defensive performances were remarkable, showcasing their skill and talent on the court. Overall, these statistics highlight the team’s success and demonstrate why they are a force to be reckoned with in the world of volleyball.

To stay updated on the latest news and achievements of the U.S. Women’s National Team, visit their website at Alpinetgheep.com. Join us in supporting these exceptional athletes as they continue to make their mark in the world of volleyball.