Drexel’s Green­berg named CAA Player of the Week

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Drexel women’s bas­ket­ball’s Bai­ley Green­berg (North Wales/

Arch­bishop Wood) earned her first Colo­nial Ath­letic As­so­ci­a­tion Player of the Week Award Mon­day af­ter the ju­nior for­ward led the Dragons to the cham­pi­onship of Univer­sity of Ver­mont’s TD Bank Clas­sic last week­end.

Green­berg fin­ished with 19 points, five re­bounds and a pair of steals in Drexel’s 51-39 win over Siena in the tour­na­ment opener last Fri­day. Aubree Brown (Philadel­phia/Arch­bishop Wood) added 12 points, eight as­sists and five re­bounds while Kate Con­nolly (Har­leysville/Soud­er­ton) chipped in two points and two as­sists.

Last Satur­day, Green­berg scored a ca­reer-high 22 points while also col­lect­ing eight re­bounds and two steals in a 6044 cham­pi­onship game win over Ver­mont. Brown had three points, six re­bounds, four as­sists and two steals as the Dragons im­proved to 4-1.

• Van­der­bilt foot­ball quar­ter­back Kyle Shur­mur (Philadel­phia/

La Salle) was named South­east­ern Con­fer­ence (SEC) Co-Of­fen­sive Player of the Week Mon­day af­ter throw­ing for a sea­son-high 367 yards and three touch­downs in the Com­modores’ 38-13 win over Ten­nessee last Satur­day.

Shur­mur com­pleted his first 15 passes and broke his own school sin­gle-game com­ple­tion per­cent­age record by fin­ish­ing 31-of-35 pass­ing (88.6 per­cent) as Vandy (6-6) earned bowl el­i­gi­bil­ity as it claimed a third-straight win over the Vol­un­teers for the first time since 1926.

The 31 com­ple­tions was also a sea­son-high for Shur­mur, who is the first Van­der­bilt QB with three wins over Ten­nessee since the 1920s.

• Jef­fer­son women’s bas­ket­ball’s Jes­sica Kamin­ski (Philadel­phia/Arch­bishop Wood) was named Cen­tral At­lantic Col­le­giate Con­fer­ence (CACC) Player of the Week Mon­day af­ter av­er­ag­ing 24.0 points per game as the Rams earned wins over Ship­pens­burg and East Strouds­burg last week.

Kamin­ski led Jef­fer­son with 21 points and also fin­ished with eight re­bounds and seven as­sists last Tues­day in the 78-64 win over Ship­pens­burg. Also for the Rams, Cait­lyn Cun­ning­ham (Dresher/ Mount Saint Joseph) had 10 points, four re­bounds, two as­sists and two steals, Alynna Wil­liams (Am­bler/Ply­mouth Whitemarsh)

reg­is­tered seven points, three re­bounds and two as­sists, Erin Ma­her (Lans­dale/North Penn) had six points, three re­bounds and three as­sist and Brid­get Ar­cidi­a­cono (Hol­land/Arch­bishop Wood) had six points and two re­bounds.

Sun­day in the 70-56 win over

East Strouds­burg, Kamin­ski tied a ca­reer high with 27 points and also hauled in 15 re­bounds for her sec­ond dou­ble-dou­ble this sea­son and 19th of her ca­reer. Kamin­ski also added five as­sists and three steals as Jef­fer­son im­proved to 6-0. Cun­ning­ham chipped in 18 points and eight re­bounds, Ma­her fin­ished with 14 points, seven re­bounds and four steals while Wil­liams had four points, three as­sists and a pair of re­bounds.

• Collin Gille­spie (Warmin­ster/Arch­bishop Wood) scored a game-high 17 points and handed out a pair of as­sists as the Vil­lanova men’s bas­ket­ball team de­feated Flor­ida State 66-60 in the Ad­vo­care In­vi­ta­tional cham­pi­onship game Sun­day in Lake Buena Vista, Flor­ida.

• Get­tys­burg women’s bas­ket­ball’s Emma Dor­shimer (Jenk­in­town/Jenk­in­town) earned her sec­ond-straight Centennial Con­fer­ence Player of the Week honors Mon­day af­ter she scored a game-high 28 points — 19 in the sec­ond half — as the Bul­lets opened con­fer­ence play with a 6353 vic­tory over Franklin & Mar­shall last Tues­day. Dor­shimer also col­lected seven re­bounds and four as­sists as Get­tys­burg claimed its third win in a row.

• US­ciences women’s bas­ket­ball’s Irisa Ye (North Wales/North Penn) was named to her third straight CACC Weekly Honor Roll Mon­day af­ter the sopho­more guard scored 20 points in both of the Devils’ wins at the Rollins Thanks­giv­ing Tour­na­ment — 76-60 over Hills­dale Col­lege last Fri­day and 62-50 over Rollins last Satur­day.

Jess Hu­ber (Hat­field/ North Penn) and Tay­lor Hamm (Col­legeville/Perkiomen Val­ley) each added four points in the Hills­dale vic­tory. Mikaela Gi­u­liani (Lans­dale/North Penn) col­lected six re­bound and two as­sists.

In the win over Rollins, Shan­non May (Ry­dal/ Arch­bishop Wood) had two points and six re­bounds, Hu­ber had three as­sists and two re­bounds and Gi­u­liani fin­ished with two re­bounds and two steals.

• Millersville women’s bas­ket­ball’s Sam Brusha (Abing­ton/Abing­ton) was named PSAC East Di­vi­sion Fresh­man of the Week af­ter coming off the bench to score a team-high 23 points in the Ma­raud­ers’ 75-65 loss to Goldey-Bea­com last Tues­day. Brusha also col­lected six re­bounds and a block in the con­test.

• Holy Fam­ily women’s bas­ket­ball’s Molly Mas­cianto­nio (Mor­ton/Arch­bishop Car­roll) was named CACC Fresh­man of the Week af­ter av­er­ag­ing 19.5 points, 5.5 re­bounds, 4.5 as­sists and 3.0 steals as the Tigers split two games last week.

Mas­cianto­nio had 25 points, five re­bounds, five as­sists and four steals last Thurs­day in HFU’s 68-62 over­time win over Blooms­burg.

Sun­day, she fin­ished with 14 points, six re­bounds, four as­sists and a pair of steals in a 51-56 loss to West Ch­ester.

WCU’s Gabrielle Troisi (Nor­ris­town/Pope John Paul II) reg­is­tered a dou­ble­dou­ble with 11 points, 13 re­bounds and two as­sists in the Golden Rams’ vic­tory. Last Tues­day, Troisi fin­ished with 19 points, eight re­bounds, four as­sists and two steals as West Ch­ester topped Lin­coln 84-80.

• Kutz­town men’s bas­ket­ball’s An­thony Lee (Wil­low Grove/Abing­ton) scored a game-high 32 points to go along eight re­bounds, a ca­reer-high three blocks and two as­sists as the Golden Bears fell to Lin­coln 9491 in dou­ble over­time last Tues­day.

• Gwynedd Mercy women’s bas­ket­ball’s Su­san Bossler (Read­ing/Pope John Paul II) was named At­lantic East Con­fer­ence Player of the Week Mon­day af­ter av­er­ag­ing 18.3 points per game as the Griffins went 2-1 last week.

Last Tues­day, Bossler had 13 points, three re­bounds, three as­sists and three steals as Gwynedd topped Ar­ca­dia 77-65. Syd­ney Thomp­son (Col­legeville/Methac­ton) added five points, 11 re­bounds and three as­sists in the win.

Bossler posted 18 points, seven re­bounds, three as­sists and three steals last Satur­day as the Griffins bested Mount Aloy­sius in Mis­eri­cor­dia’s Sis­ters of Mercy Tour­na­ment. Thomp­son had five points, four as­sists and three re­bounds while Marissa San­done (Har­leysville/Soud­er­ton) had nine points. Sun­day, Bossler fin­ished with 24 points and five re­bounds in a 73-59 loss to Salve Regina.

• Al­li­son Ch­er­now (Dresher/Up­per Dublin) tied an Emory women’s bas­ket­ball record with nine 3-point­ers and fin­ished with 39 points — the sec­ond high­est sin­gle-came to­tal in pro­gram his­tory — as the Ea­gles lost in dou­ble over­time to host Tran­syl­va­nia last Satur­day at the Gratz Park Pri­vate Wealth Clas­sic.

Ch­er­now also had five re­bounds and five as­sists while Erin Lin­dahl (Yardley/Ger­man­town Academy) added 11 points, four re­bounds, three as­sists and two steals.

Sun­day in a 69-57 win over Deni­son, Ch­er­now went for 25 points, eight re­bounds and four as­sists with Lin­dahl fin­ished with eight points, four re­bounds and two as­sists.

• Ni­cole Munger (Doylestown/Cen­tral Bucks West) con­nected on seven 3-point­ers as she scored a ca­reer-high 27 points and also grabbed five re­bounds as the Michi­gan women’s bas­ket­ball team topped Wash­ing­ton 80-73 Sun­day in the third place game at the Gulf Coast Show­case.

In the Wolver­ines’ 7054 win over Mis­souri last Fri­day in the tour­na­ment opener, Munger — who was named to the Show­case’s all-tour­na­ment team — fin­ished with 11 points and two as­sists. Munger had nine points and four re­bounds in the 69-52 loss to Texas in the semi­fi­nals last Satur­day.

• Muh­len­berg foot­ball’s Nick DeLu­cas (Wil­low Grove/Up­per More­land) had 28 yards on 12 car­ries, kicker Todd Spirit (Dresher/Up­per Dublin) went 5-for-5 on ex­tra points while Kwasi Am­pomah (Philadel­phia/Ger­man­town Academy) to­taled two tack­les as the Mules ad­vanced the NCAA Di­vi­sion III quar­ter­fi­nals for the first time ever with their 35-6 sec­ond-round win over Ran­dolph-Ma­con last Satur­day.

Muh­len­berg (11-1), which has tied the school record for vic­to­ries, vis­its de­fend­ing na­tional cham­pion Mount Union Satur­day.

• De­van Rim­mer (Perkasie/Pen­nridge) had a sea­son-high 21 points —hit­ting four 3-point­ers — and a pair of re­bounds as the Wi­dener women’s bas­ket­ball team im­proved to 6-0 Sun­day with a 84-76 win over Mary­wood.

Last Tues­day in the Pride’s 75-69 win over Neu­mann, Rim­mer had a team-high 14 points along with seven as­sists, three steals and a pair of re­bounds.

• Devon Good­man (Lave­rock/Ger­man­town Academy) paced the Penn men’s bas­ket­ball team in scor­ing for the fifth straight game, fin­ish­ing with a game­high 16 points, two re­bounds and two as­sists last Satur­day as the Quak­ers routed Di­vi­sion III Stock­ton 112-63.

• Abbey Spratt (Doylestown/Cen­tral Bucks West) had 11 points, three re­bounds, Cassie Se­bold (Wil­low Grove/Arch­bishop Wood) col­lected nine points and four as­sists while Lau­ren Crim (War­ring­ton/Lans­dale Catholic) had seven points, seven re­bounds and two as­sists as the Chest­nut Hill women’s bas­ket­ball team de­feated East Strouds­burg 71-66 last Tues­day.

Sun­day, Crim had a game­high 14 points while Se­bold added six points, three re­bounds and three as­sists as the Griffins fell to South­ern New Hamp­shire 85-51.

• Ryan McTam­ney (Roxbor­ough/La Salle) had 15 points and five re­bounds while Shane Stark (Col­legeville/La Salle) fin­ished with 13 points, eight re­bounds, three steals and two as­sists as the Ursi­nus men’s bas­ket­ball team de­feated Haver­ford 78-69 in its Centennial Con­fer­ence opener last Tues­day.

Zack Muredda (Perkasie/ Pen­nridge) added three points, four re­bounds, four as­sists and two steals as the Bears won their sec­ond straight.

• Amir Hin­ton (Philadel­phia/Abing­ton) had a game­high 24 points, five as­sist and three re­bounds as the Shaw men’s bas­ket­ball team de­feated Claflin 71-66 last Satur­day. Hin­ton fin­ished with 26 points, seven re­bounds and two blocks last Tues­day in Shaw’s 80-72 loss to Fran­cis Mar­ion.

• Katie May (Ry­dal/Arch­bishop Wood) posted eight points and two as­sists in the North­east­ern women’s bas­ket­ball team’s 54-41 win over Air Force last Satur­day.

• Lafayette women’s bas­ket­ball’s Natalie Ku­cowski (Philadel­phia/Saint Basil) had a pair of dou­ble-dou­bles and av­er­aged 14.3 points per game in the Leop­ards’ three games last week

Ku­cowski had 17 points, 14 re­bounds, four as­sists, four blocks and three steals last Tues­day in a 62-60 loss to Saint Peter’s. Last Fri­day at the FAU Thanks­giv­ing Tour­na­ment, she had 10 points, nine re­bounds and four as­sists as Lafayette fell 53-49 to host Flor­ida At­lantic. Ku­cowski col­lected 16 points and 10 re­bounds last Satur­day in a 65-47 loss to Delaware.

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