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Player of the Week
Pete Christ, Gettysburg
Junior, Guard, 6-0, 190
Pittstown, N.J. / Delaware Valley Regional HS
Christ averaged 20.0 points on 60.9 percent shooting from the field as Gettysburg posted wins over Dickinson and Muhlenberg. He tallied 22 in the win vs. the Red Devils and 18 in the triumph vs. the Mules. Christ knocked down 10 of 17 three-point shots (58.8 percent) and added 5.5 rebounds on the week.
Statistics for the Week
Franklin & Marshall head coach Glenn Robinson won his 894th and 895th victories of his career as the Diplomats downed Ursinus and Washington College. He needs four victories to become the fourth NCAA coach to reach 900.
Franklin & Marshall junior wing Hunter Eggers (Greenwich, Conn.) knocked down 8-of-12 shots from the floor including three treys for 19 points vs. Washington College.
Swarthmore junior F Chris Bourne (Monmouth Junction, N.J.) led the Garnet in scoring in wins over Washington College and McDaniel. He posted his third double-double of the season with 21-10 vs. the Shoremen.
Dickinson senior Ted Hinnenkamp (York, Pa.) had 17 points and 10 rebounds for his sixth career double-double in the win vs. Haverford.
Washington College senior Pat Morgan (Havertown, Pa.) needs five threes to become the 34th CC player to make 150 in a career.
Gettysburg enjoyed a season-best shooting performance from the field (54.7%) in the win over Muhlenberg. The Bullets have won five games in a row – the team's longest streak since a five-gamer in January 2011.
Johns Hopkins received a career-high 24 points from senior Austin Vasiliadis (Great Falls, Va.) in a 101-94 win at Ursinus. It is the most points scored by Hop since a 100-91 triple-overtime win vs. Muhlenberg on Jan. 16, 2008.
Jon Schreer (Towaco, N.J.) became the 15th Muhlenberg player to make 100 threes in the loss at Gettysbrg. Schreer now has 102 treys. The Mules allowed Haverford just 45 points in a 67-45 win – the fewest allowed by Muhlenberg in a CC game in six years.
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