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Player of the Week
Brandon Federici, Franklin & Marshall
Sophomore, Guard, 6-4, 180
Morganville, N.J. / Lawrenceville School
Federici averaged 24.5 points in a 1-1 week for the Diplomats. He tallied 30 points with four three-pointers, five rebounds, three assists and four steals in F&M's 81-76 win versus Misericordia. Federici also tallied 19 markers in the loss at Carnegie Mellon.
Statistics for the Week
Swarthmore fell from the ranks of the unbeaten as Delaware Valley toppled the Garnet, 70-65. The Garnet had equaled the program record for best start set by the 1938-39 team (9-0).
Gettysburg (8-2) has equaled its best start through 10 games since the 2008-09 season after a 69-53 win at Alvernia. Senior C Kevin Gladstone (Havertown, Pa.) notched his second career double-double with 14 points and 10 rebounds. Sophomore G Alex Kaslander (Verona, N.J.) scored 11 points and handed out a career-high six assists
McDaniel senior G Wes Brooks (North Wales, Pa.) and F Tim Stewart (Smyrna, Del.) were named to the All-Tournament team at Roanoke. Freshman G Austin Cannon (Hampstead, Md.) shot 61.5 percent from the floor and averaged 13.5 points in two starts during the tournament.
Franklin & Marshall head coach Glenn Robinson goes for career win #899 and #900 when the Diplomats take on McDaniel and Swarthmore this week. He would become just the fourth coach in NCAA men’s history to register 900 career victories. Sophomore G Brandon Federici (Morganville, N.J.) scored 30 points in the win vs. Misericordia – the fourth 30-point effort of his career
Johns Hopkins senior G Gene Williams (Broomall, Pa.) and sophomore F Kyle Doran (Millersville, Md.) were named to the All-Tournament team at the Blue Jay Invitational. Williams tied a career-high with 25 points in the title game loss to Hampden-Sydney. Doran scored 17 points vs. Framingham State and grabbed 10 rebounds vs. the Tigers.
Washington College sophomore G Clay Smith (Pasadena, Md.) was named to the All-Tournament team at Lycoming after averaging 10.5 ppg in two games. The 44 points allowed vs. York is the fewest since permitting 45 vs. Valley Forge on Dec. 13, 1996.
Ursinus junior G Matt Knowles (Waverly, Pa.) equaled his career high with 26 points as the Bears routed Rosemont. Sophomore F Joseph LoStracco (Chalfont, Pa.) scored a season-high 21 points and senior Mark Wonderling (Lederach, Pa.) handed out a career-best six assists.
Dickinson has lost four straight games for the first time since the 2009-10 season after an 81-71 loss at Wilkes. Senior Ted Hinnenkamp (York, Pa.) tallied 26 for the Red Devils.
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