March 28, 2012
PUERTO RICO - Former Washington State volleyball player Meagan Ganzer led the Puerto Rican Volleyball Federation professional league in points in her debut season with the Ponce Lions team.
Ganzer, a 6-3 right side hitter from Black Diamond, Wash., was a 2011 All-Pac-12, and AVCA All-Pacific Region and All-America outside hitter for the Cougars. She began playing professionally in January of 2012 and dominated the Puerto Rican Volleyball Federation regular season with 425 points as a right side hitter for Ponce. She is currently playing in the postseason Quarterfinal Series A tournament and leading her team in points.
Ganzer led the Cougars and the Pac-12 the entire 2011 season in kills per set and ended the season with a 4.88 kills per set average which was fifth-best nationally. She also had a 5.38 point per set average which was second-best in Pac-12 and sixth-best nationally. Ganzer accumulated 1,531 career kills which is third-best in WSU all-time records, and her 52 solo blocks is ninth-best in Cougar all-time records. She is also listed on WSU's single season kills list with 595 in 2011 which is second-best all-time and only 54 behind leader Silvernail's 649 kills in 1996.
For more information about Ganzer and the Puerto Rican Volleyball Federation go to www.fpvoleibol.com.