Dorothy Adomako (Cosby) was rewarded for her hot week at the end of January by being named Big East player of the week. She averaged 21.5 points, 11.5 rebounds and two blocks in a pair of wins during the week ending Feb. 3.
Taja Cole (L.C. Bird) set a career high with 12 assists and recorded a double-double with 14 points in Georgia’s win over Florida on Saturday. The double-double was Cole’s third of the season, and first since a 17point, 11-assist effort in a win over Presbyterian on Dec. 28. Cole entered the weekend tied for sixth in the nation at 6.5 assists per game.
Navy freshman Jennifer Coleman (Highland Springs) recorded her sixth double-double of the season with 16 points and 11 rebounds in Saturday’s win over Colgate. The game provided another interesting feat, as Coleman had five assists and five steals. It was the first time in her short career she had reached the number five in four different statistical categories in a game.
Aaron Duhart (Trinity Episcopal) scored 11 points in Army’s loss to American on Saturday. It was the first time the freshman guard had eclipsed the 10-point mark since the guard scored 14, 13 and 11 during a three-game stretch in late November.
Charles Falden (L.C. Bird) received his first two career starts for Winthrop this past week, and responded by averaging 16.5 points and 7.5 rebounds over the two-game spread. The sophomore is averaging 7 points and 3.7 rebounds through 23 games this season.
Charme Lilly (Cosby) tore her the ACL in her right knee in late January and will miss the remainder of her freshman season. Lilly averaged 5.6 points, hit 18 3-pointers and averaged 18.5 minutes per game as one of North Carolina A&T’s top players off the bench.
J.J. Matthews (Millwood) matched a career-best 15 points Taja Cole (L.C. Bird) had 14 points and 12 assists in Georgia’s win over Florida. Her average of 6.5 assists is sixth in the nation.
in Arkansas State’s loss to Troy on Saturday. The sophomore forward also scored 15 in the Red Wolves’ season-opening loss to Abilene Christian.
Na’Jai Pollard (Highland Springs) burned the nets all week for Delaware State, averaging 33 points in a pair of MEAC losses. Pollard matched a season-high 36 points against South Carolina State, two point shy of tying her career high. With 30 points against North Carolina A&T, she scored 30 or more points in the same week for the first time in her career. It was the second time she had achieved 30 or more points in back-to-back games this season. Heading into Saturday’s game, Pollard ranked sixth in the nation at 22.8 points per game and 27th with 10.8 rebounds per contest.
Samford freshman Deandre Thomas (Millwood) enjoyed a week of career highs. The guard scored 11 points in a Thursday loss to UNC Greensboro, then played a career-high 22 minutes in a win over VMI on Saturday.
Jason Wade (Trinity Episcopal) set a career high with 11 points in Old Dominion’s victory over Middle Tennessee State on Saturday. His previous high of 9 was set at the end of January against North Texas.
Penn State guard Rasir Bolton (13), seen against Northwestern on Monday, had 14 points and six rebounds in a win over the Wildcats.