Rian Plante is PacWest Athlete of the Week

Highland Secondary grad in top form for Camosun Chargers men's volleyball team

Rian Plante of Comox is the PacWest Male Athlete of the Week for Week 13.




Rian Plante of the Camosun Chargers men’s volleyball team was the PacWest Male Athlete of the Week for Week 13.

Plante, from Comox, was in fine form this past weekend in Camosun’s consecutive 3-0 wins over the #4 ranked UFV Cascades. On Friday, the Highland Secondary grad contributed 13 kills and a block, while on Saturday he notched an additional 10 kills, two blocks, and 11 digs.

Plante’s 26 points and 12 digs represent his finest weekend as a Charger for the second-year right side, and his steady play has helped the Chargers go 9-0 in their last nine matches. The Chargers sit in second place in the PacWest at 9-3 overall, and are ranked 11th in the CCAA.

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