|Matt Addison, Sr.
|G||Hannah Hunter, Sr.
|John Cording, So.
Milwaukee School of Engineering
|G||Jill Henrikson, Sr.
|Steve Limberiou, Fr.
|F | G
||Jen Mocanu, Sr.
Mount St. Mary
|Hank Gyokchyan, Jr.
Franklin and Marshall
|F||Callie Halama, Jr.
|Chad Burridge, Sr.
|F | C
||Catherine O'Connell, Jr.
Addison averaged 30.5 points, 7.5 assists and 5.5 steals per game. He also hit eight 3-pointers, including a career-best seven in a win over East Texas Baptist, and hit 17 of 18 free throws for the week.
In a 2-0 week, Cording scored a career high 25 and 30 points in consecutive games, respectively. He has also committed only one turnover in the last 60 minutes played. Cording was 8-for-9 from beyond the arc and 13-for-23 from the floor while shooting 21-for-26 from the line.
Limberiou led the way for CUA in a pair of wins last week, averaging 25.0 points in 29.5 minutes per game. The freshman shot an incredible 15-for-19 (78.9%) from the field and 11-for-14 (78.6%) from 3-point range. He also sank nine of 10 free throws and averaged 3.0 rebounds per game. Limberiou scored 25 points in each game, which is a career high. Limberiou shot 7-for-8, including 4-for-5 from downtown vs. DeSales on Wednesday, and then hit eight of 11 shots, including seven of nine 3-pointers at Richard Stockton on Saturday.
Gyokchyan shot 19-for-31 from the floor en route to 22.5 points per game in a 2-0 week for the Diplomats. He scored a career-high 29 points in a 71-61 win against Haverford. Gyokchyan averaged 11.0 rebounds, 2.5 steals and totalled three blocked shots for the week.
Burridge played a pivotal role in helping Oswego State go 3-0. He started the week by recording a career-high 40 points and 16 rebounds to go along with seven blocks against Brockport. At halftime, he had 23 points, nine rebounds, and six blocks. The 40 points tied the fifth-best single game performance in Laker history. He followed up with back-to-back 19-point performances to help Oswego State become the only unbeaten team in the SUNYAC standings at 5-0.
Hunter showcased her entire repertoire during a pair of PAC wins for Waynesburg. Not only did the senior average 12.5 points per game, but she also dished out 8.5 assists and ripped down 7.0 rebounds per contest. During the Jackets' 81-54 win against Chatham, Hunter tallied 13 points, 11 assists, six rebounds and three steals.
Henrikson helped the Polar Bears close out the fall semester with three wins as she averaged 22.0 points and 6.0 rebounds with a 2.8 assist-to-turnover ratio. She shot 19-of-30 from the floor (.633), 7-of-13 from three-point range (.538), and sank 21 of 22 free throw attempts (.955). In a 66-60 win against Bates, Henrikson scored a game-high 22 points on 7-of-11 shooting. She followed with a season-high 28 points in a 83-59 victory at Emerson, hitting four of six 3-point attempts.
Mocanu scored 29 points including the game-winning basket against Western Connecticut with no time on the clock, shooting 12-for-25 from the floor. She added eight of the team's last nine points in tight win over Rutgers-Newark and scored 27 against Lehman in a 3-0 week.
Halama played a key role in helping the Blugolds stay undefeated in WIAC play as they beat UW-Platteville 71-62 on Wednesday and followed that with a 75-70 over 21st-ranked UW-Whitewater on Saturday. In Saturday's game, she recorded a double-double with a career-high 23 points while pulling down 11 rebounds. She was 9-for-12 from the field and 5-for-7 from the line. Against Platteville, she scored 19 points, the second highest total for the Blugolds as she went 7-for-7 from the free throw line and 6-for-8 from the field. She also pulled down six rebounds.
O'Connell became Newbury's all-time leading rebounder as she helped Newbury open up New England Collegiate Conference action at 2-0, ripping down a game-high 18 rebounds in a 69-61 victory over Becker. O'Connell averaged a double-double with 12.5 points per game and 16.0 rebounds per game in addition to registering five assists, six steals and seven blocks.