BOSTON - America East women's basketball teams went 5-5 in non-conference play before taking a break for the holidays last week. The teams play one more week of non-conference games before conference play begins on Jan. 4. Here are the week seven award winners:
Co-Player of the Week Janelle Harrison, Hartford, Jr., F, Cromwell, Conn.
Put together her second double-double of the season in Hartford’s win at Delaware
Scored 12 points and pulled down 13 rebounds, the most for a Hawk in a single game this season
Added a game-best five steals, matching a career high
Co-Player of the Week Davion Wingate, Stony Brook, So., G, Atlanta, Ga.
Averaged 23.0 points and 3.0 steals per game in a 1-1 week
Scored a career-high 25 points in a win over Florida A&M Tuesday
Notched 21 points vs. Indiana Wednesday
Was Named to Florida Sunshine Classic All-Tournament Team
Is 30-for-30 from the free-throw line this season
Rookie of the Week
Tyler Moore, UMBC, Fr., G, Portsmouth, Va.
In UMBC’s lone game of the week, Moore tied her career-best with 19 points, after going 4-of-8 from beyond the arc and 6-of-13 from the field overall.
Against the Blackbirds, Moore also knocked down three of her four shots from the charity stripe and pulled down six boards, while adding two steals.
Weekly Award Winners Nov. 14 - Player of the Week: Taylor McCarley, UMBC; Rookie of the Week: Laia Sole, Maine Nov. 21 - Player of the Week: Imani Watkins, Binghamton; Rookie of the Week: Laia Sole, Maine Nov. 28 - Player of the Week: Imani Tate, Albany; Rookie of the Week: Sierra DaCosta, Hartford Dec. 5 - Player of the Week: Carlie Pogue, New Hampshire; Rookie of the Week: Sierra DaCosta, Hartford Dec. 12 - Co-Players of the Week: Jessica Fequiere, Albany & Kori Bayne-Walker, Stony Brook; Rookie of the Week: Laia Sole, Maine Dec. 19 - Player of the Week: Nicole Hayner, UMass Lowell; Rookie of the Week: Megan Hendrick, UMass Lowell Dec. 26 - Co-Players of the Week: Janelle Harrison, Hartford & Davion Wingate, Stony Brook; Rookie of the Week: Tyler Moore, UMBC
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