Joliann Arzadon, a Kapa‘a High School graduate, was named Molten California Collegiate Athletic Association Women’s Volleyball Player of the Week.
The honor is for Sept. 15 to 21 when Arzadon, a setter for the Warriors during her high school tenure, led Humboldt State to a pair of CCAA victories over conference foes Cal State Dominguez Hills and No. 15 Cal State L.A.
According to information from the CCAA Web site, Arzadon tallied 23 kills in seven sets, posting a .345 hitting percentage, collecting 29 set assists, 15 digs and seven block assists.
Over Cal State Dominguez Hills, Arzadon totaled 10 kills, hit .306 and contributed 12 set assists, five digs and two block assists.
In the Lumberjacks’s four-set win over Cal State L.A., Arzadon finished with a triple-double, posting 13 kills, 17 set assists and 10 digs while hitting .306 with five block assists.
Humboldt State takes to the floor Friday when it hosts Cal State Monterey Bay.
Arzadon was a three-time Kaua‘i Interscholastic Federation all-star selection for Kapa‘a High School and a two-time Hawai‘i High School Athletic Association all-state honorable mention.
She is the daughter of Russell and Tolanda Arzadon.
James Kealalio, another Kaua‘i product, served as the interim head volleyball coach for the Lumberjacks in 2007 and is listed as the interim coach for 2008, filling in while head coach Sue Woodstra served as an assistant coach to the U.S. Women’s Volleyball National Team at the 2008 Olympics in Beijing, China.