RDC Queens volleyball player Kaylee Domoney was a CCAA Athlete of the Week for her weekend performance last weekend. (Photo by BYRON HACKETT/Advocate Staff)

RDC Queens’ Kaylee Domoney CCAA Athlete of the Week

Domoney and Scott Ferguson RDC Athletes of the Week

RDC Queens volleyball libero Kaylee Domoney was honoured as a Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association Athlete of the Week Wednesday.

Domoney, a fourth-year kinesiology student was a steady presence for the Queens in a pair of wins over the Medicine Hat College Rattlers on the weekend. She was one of five collegiate players across the country selected by the CCAA.

Domoney, a Red Deer product had an impressive 46 digs over two games, along with five assists and one kill. After eight games, she ranks fifth across the Alberta Colleges Athletic Association in digs per set at 4.21.

She was also the RDC Athlete of the Week along with Scott Ferguson.

Ferguson, a fourth-year right winger for the RDC Kings registered five points in two wins over the Portage College Voyageurs. In Friday’s win, he buried a pair of goals and added an assist.

Saturday, in a 5-2 victory, the Kings captain followed that up with a power play goal which was the eventual game-winner. Through 10 games this season, Ferguson has 11 points and is seventh in ACAC scoring.

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