Dorsey averaged 15 kills and 7.5 digs per match in the Cavaliers’ 1-1 week to end the 2017 regular season. The senior had a .250 hitting percentage to go with her four service aces and five total blocks. She started the week with 16 kills, four service aces and three total blocks in the Cavalier four-set win over Saint Martin’s. Then on Senior Night, she had 14 kills, nine digs and two total blocks in CU’s three-set loss to Seattle Pacific.
For the weekend, she had 30 total kills, three assists, four service aces, 15 digs and five total blocks. The Salem, Ore., native also recorded 36.5 points including 21.5 in CU’s win over Saint Martin’s on Thursday.
Starr averaged 15.5 points, 9.0 assists and 2.0 rebounds per game in the Cavaliers’ 2-0 weekend in the NNU Invitational. He started the weekend recording his first double-double in the Navy & White scoring a season high 22 points and dishing out a season high 10 assists in CU’s 102-97 win over SF State on Friday evening. Starr was four-for-five from the field including a perfect three-for-three from beyond the arc and 11-for-12 from the line.
The junior transfer finished his weekend scoring nine points and dishing out eight assists while connecting on all four of his attempts from the charity stripe in CU’s 78-71 win over Academy of Art. He shot 54.5% from the field including 80% from three’s while going 15-for-16 from the line. Starr had a two-to-one assist to turnover ratio with 18 assists and nine turnovers while blocking two shots and recording a steal.