Fresno State sophomore outside hitter Korrin Wild was named the Sysco Student-Athlete of the Week for the week of Sept. 19-25.
Wild, a Valley native who prepped at Sanger High School, recorded 36 kills, 20 digs, six blocks and three service aces to the Bulldogs a 2-0 record for the week, including Fresno State's first win on the road at Nevada since 2003.
Wild earned her first career double-double (13 kills and 12 digs) in the 3-1 win over CSU Bakersfield and averaged a double-double for the week. She also landed a career-high 23 kills and added eight digs and five blocks in the 3-2 five-set thriller in Reno.
In the two matches, she tallied an average of 4.7 points, 4.0 kills 2.2 digs and 0.6 blocks per set.
Wild, a team captain, played her first two matches this year as an outside hitter - as Fresno State played its first two matches without injured 2010 All-WAC honoree Marissa Brand. Wild had played the Bulldogs' first 11 matches as the team's libero. The `Dogs also earned their first team "Fighting Spirit" award - a special honor given by head coach Lauren Netherby-Sewell.
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Stevie Brumwell (Cross Country)
Derek Carr (Football)
Kimberly Hewson Budnik (Equestrian)
Kayla Kret (Soccer)
Sysco Central California is proud to honor the Fresno State Athlete of the Week, just as we're proud to serve our local foodservice industry with integrity, trust and a commitment to a healthier community. Since 1938, Sysco has partnered with Central Valley businesses with the goal of helping them flourish and succeed - often keeping family businesses strong for generations. At the same time, we support the people and organizations that make Central California such a special place to call home, including Fresno State and the student athletes who share Sysco's passion for excellence.