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Colorado State Athletics | October 20, 2015

CSU's Adrianna Culbert named AVCA Player of the Week

  Adrianna Culbert recorded the first quadruple-double in Mountain West history over the weekend.

FORT COLLINS, Colo. - Colorado State senior Adrianna Culbert put together a legendary performance last week for the Rams. For her efforts, she has been named the ACVA Division I Women's Player of the Week.

Culbert, the Mountain West Preseason Player of the Year, had a stellar and rare week for CSU, posting the first quadruple-double in program history at San Jose State on Saturday. Culbert posted 10 kills, 20 assists, 13 digs and 11 blocks in the Rams' four-set victory, marking the first quadruple-double in the NCAA since 2010.

That performance followed a record-breaking night against Wyoming on Tuesday, when she recorded her fifth triple-double of the season (and of her career), setting the all-time mark for career triple-doubles at CSU. She had been previously tied at four with CSU legend Angela Knopf. Culbert had 12 kills, 18 assists and 10 digs in the Rams' sweep of the Cowgirls.

In total, Culbert now has six triple-doubles on the year, which ranks second in the NCAA. The Rams are 15-3 (8-0 MW) and will aim to remain unbeaten in league play as they travel to play at Boise State on Thursday and then Utah State on Saturday.

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