Brett Cohen, Haverford
Cohen averaged a double-double with 22.0 points and 11.0 rebounds in a 1-1 weekend. He scored 28 points and grabbed 12 boards in the win over Ithaca, a NCAA Sweet 16 participant a year ago.
Previous Players of the Week
|Nov 15 vs. Ithaca W, 77-67||1||1||40.0||13.0-19.0||68.4||1.0-3.0||33.3||1.0-7.0||14.3||28.0|
|Nov 16 vs. Oglethorpe L, 63-57||1||1||40.0||7.0-17.0||41.2||0.0-0.0||-||2.0-4.0||50.0||16.0|
|Nov 15 vs. Ithaca W, 77-67||1||1||40.0||2.0||10.0||12.0||0.0||0.0||1.0||0.0||-||5.0||3.0|
|Nov 16 vs. Oglethorpe L, 63-57||1||1||40.0||4.0||6.0||10.0||4.0||0.0||0.0||0.0||-||2.0||1.0|
Dickinson knocked off MCLA and Wesleyan to win the Cardinals' Herb Kenny Tournament. Gerry Wixted (Moorestown, N.J.) averaged 20.0 points on 75.0 percent shooting from the floor. Steve Collins (Rydal, Pa.) was named tourney MVP.
Malique Killing (Philadelphia, Pa.) became the 33rd member of Muhlenberg's 1,000-point club on his way to MVP honors at the Scotty Wood Tournament. He scored 28 points in the final and averaged 22.0 on the weekend, while Alec Stavetski (Wayne, Pa.) added 21.5 per game.
Jimmy Hammer (Collegeville, Pa.) poured in 36 points in Hopkins' win over Moravian. It is the most points by a Blue Jay since Jedan Phillips punched up 37 versus Gettysburg on January 7, 1987 - nearly five years before Hammer was born. It is also the fourth highest total in school history. His seven three-point field goals were also a career-high and are one shy of the school record.
Trevor Norton (Mullica Hill, N.J.) was a perfect 10-of-10 from the line on his way to a 17.0 per game weekend for Ursinus. He made five treys for 20 points in the loss to Rosemont.
Chris Bourne (Monmouth Jct., N.J.) led all Conference freshmen with 31 points in the opening two contests for Swarthmore. He had a double-double in his opening game with 18 points and 10 boards vs. Oglethorpe.