Sangrey scored a co-match-high 13.5 points in the 3-0 win over IPFW. He posted 12 kills while hitting .276, adding one ace serve, six digs and one assist block. In the 3-0 win over Juniata, Sangrey posted a match-high 21.5 points with 19 kills, one ace serve, one dig and three assist blocks. In the second set against the Eagles, he recorded 11 of OSU’s 18 kills while hitting .600 (11-2-15). Sangrey averaged 5.83 points, 5.17 kills, .33 aces, 1.17 digs and .67 blocks per set while hitting .386 in the two matches. It is his second consecutive Offensive Player of the Week award and third this season.
Kehoe, in 3-0 wins over IPFW and Juniata, averaged a team-high 3.00 digs, 12.17 assists, .67 aces and .50 blocks per set. Against IPFW, Kehoe recorded 34 assists, one ace serve, two assist blocks and a match-high 11 digs against the Mastodons. He posted 39 assists, three ace serves, one assist block and a match-high seven digs against the Eagles. This is the second time Kehoe has earned Defensive player of the Week honors this season.
The fifth-ranked Buckeyes (12-2 overall, 5-0 MIVA) host conference matches this week against No. 14 Lewis (12-4, 3-1) Friday and No. 12 Loyola-Chicago (12-3, 5-0) Saturday in 7 p.m. matches in St. John Arena.