Sept. 9, 1997
ASU Players of the Week
Each week, ASU chooses an athlete from each in-season sport as its Player of the Week.
This week's winners are:
Senior outside hitter Terri Cox helped the Sun Devils to a sweep at the Lady jack Invitational over the weekend. Cox registered 55 kills (4.23 kpg), 41 digs (3.15 dpg), five service aces (0.38 pg) and eight block assists for the invitational. She had a .303 hitting percentage over the course of ASU's four games and was named tournament MVP for her efforts.
Freshman defender Jaclyn Clark scored one goal and assisted on the Sun Devils' winning goal as ASU remained unbeaten on the young season, and all-time against Arizona, with a 2-1 win in Tucson. With ASU trailing 1-0, Clark took advantage of a rebound off the UofA keeper and nailed the game-tying goal at the 71:55 mark. In the 84th minute, assisted on Karine Inoue's game-winning goal.