Zimmick claims his third weekly conference award of the season (Gil Talbot).
BRONXVILLE, N.Y. – For the third time this season, Harvard men's volleyball's Caleb Zimmick has been named the EIVA Defensive Player of the Week, as announced by the league office.
A senior captain, Zimmick recorded six total blocks, including a season-high three solo blocks, in Harvard's four-set victory over George Mason on March 28. His sharp play at the net helped limit the Patriots to a .047 hitting percentage. The Middleton, Wisconsin, native leads the EIVA in blocks per set (1.18) and ranks 13th in the country.
Zimmick also contributed on the offensive end, adding 12 kills with a .556 hitting percentage. The accolade is his third of the season, as he was named the EIVA Defensive Player of the Week on January 26 and February 23.
The Crimson returns to the Malkin Athletic Center April 3-4 with home matches against EIVA foes Princeton and NJIT. Both clashes can be seen on the Ivy League Digital Network.