Player of the Week:  April 6, 2015

Each week during the indoor and sand seasons, one player originally reported as a recruit by AVSR Global is named Player of the Week for an exceptional performance.

2015 Sand Week #4:  Martyna Gluchowicz

Florida International University.
Reported to coaches in 2011 by AVSR Global.
Home:  Krzyzanowice, Poland.
6'2" Senior.
Indoor Positions:  Opposite and Outside Hitter.
See Martyna Gluchowicz’s bio at the Florida International website.

Latest Action:

• The left-hander was dominant in four wins last week.  She partnered with Anna Budinska to sweep Stanford, Florida Atlantic, Webber International, and Carson-Newman.
• Gluchowicz has a 15-3 record.  Florida International ranks third among the nation’s teams.
• As a junior college star, Gluchowicz won first-team All-America honors for two years at Cowley County Community College in Kansas.
• Gluchowicz played beach volleyball in Poland for the Kangury Wroclaw club.  Indoors she competed for Poland’s youth national team.

Excerpt from 2011 AVSR Global report:

“Ready to be a starter in upper/mid-Division I as a RH or LH. … Always has played six rotations and is recruitable as a primary passer, but she’s best at the net. … Likes Florida, open to elsewhere. … Probable non-qualifier on the Division I sliding scale.”

Update:  Last Week’s Player of the Week

Anete Brinke

Long Beach State University, 6'2" Freshman.
Reported to coaches in 2013 by AVSR Global.
Home:  Riga, Latvia.
Last Week:  Brinke was Long Beach’s top attacker again in three wins, including a romp over UCLA 21-11, 21-11.  The freshman leads Long Beach with 162 kills at .486 efficiency.