COLUMBUS, Ohio – Rookie Jacob Pasteur earned his first weekly honor as a Buckeye after being named MIVA Offensive Player of the Week, the conference announced Tuesday.
Pasteur averaged 4.43 kills in Ohio State’s conference-opening weekend against No. 3 Lewis. He posted 20 kills, five digs, three blocks and two service aces in the Buckeyes’ 3-1 upset win over the Flyers on Friday. The Westminster, Md., native tallied the first Ohio State double-double of the season and of his career with 11 kills and 11 digs on Saturday.
The outside hitter has led the Buckeyes in scoring in five of their six matches this season. He has also recorded double-digit kills in four straight outings.