Warmington Earns Player of the Week Honors
LANCASTER, PA -- Freshman Jasmine Warmington has been named Centennial Conference Player of the Week after earning most valuable player honors at the Washington and Lee Invitational on September 8.
This is the second time in two weekends that Warmington has collected most valuable player honors, having earned the award at the Greg Giovanazzi Memorial Tournament. The Ontario, CA native has led Johns Hopkins to its best start in program history at 8-0.
Warmington was dominant offensively for the Blue Jays at the W&L Invite, averaging 3.08 kills in 13 sets (40 kills) with a .330 hitting percentage over the course of four games. She also chipped in with eight blocks on defense.
The freshman is among the best in the Centennial Conference thus far, ranking second in kills (3.14), hitting percentage (.332) and points (101.0).
Hopkins puts its unblemished record on the line at the Carnegie Mellon Invitational on September 14 and 15 when it takes on John Carroll, Carnegie Mellon, Muskingum and Wooster.
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