CIAA Men's and Women's Players of the Week

CIAA MEN'S BASKETBALL PLAYER OF THE WEEK
For the week ending February 14, 2010

Player of the Week
Chris Jordan, Saint Augustine's College
Guard, Senior, 6-2, 190, Houston, TX

Week's Stats

Games

FG

FGA

3FG

3FGA

FT

FTA

OFF  REBS

DEF REBS

PTS

AST

ST

BS

PPG AVG

3

15

32

8

19

15

 18

1

12

53

4

1

0

17.7

Top Performance vs. Johnson C. Smith,   2/08/10

FG

FGA

3FG

3FGA

FT

FTA

OFF

DEF

PTS

AST

ST

BS

7

13

4

9

6

6

0

2

24

3

0

0

Player of the Week - Notes of Interest
Jordan averaged 17.7 points in three games last week; all victories for the Falcons. 

 

Rookie of the Week
Angelo Sharpless, Elizabeth City State University
Guard, Freshman, 6-4, 190, Plymouth, NC

Week's Stats

Games

FG

FGA

3FG

3FGA

FT

FTA

OFF  REBS

DEF REBS

PTS

AST

ST

BS

PPG AVG

3

17

25

5

5

5

6

7

11

42

3

5

3

14.0

Top Performance vs. Virginia Union,   2/11/10

FG

FGA

3FG

3FGA

FT

FTA

OFF

DEF

PTS

AST

ST

BS

10

13

2

2

4

4

4

3

24

2

2

3

Rookie of the Week - Notes of Interest:
In the Vikings' one point upset of Virginia Union, Sharpless scored a game high 24 points, including the winning basket. He also logged 16 points against Lincoln University. 

 

Newcomer of the Week
Travis Hyman, Bowie State University
Center, Sophomore, 6-11, 225, Annapolis, MD

Week's Stats

Games

FG

FGA

3FG

3FGA

FT

FTA

OFF  REBS

DEF REBS

PTS

AST

ST

BS

PPG AVG

2

9

21

0

0

6

17

5

10

24

1

1

12

12.0

Top Performance vs. Virginia Union,   2/12/10

FG

FGA

3FG

3FGA

FT

FTA

OFF

DEF

PTS

AST

ST

BS

5

11

0

0

4

9

3

6

14

0

1

5

Newcomer of the Week - Notes of Interest:
Hyman, the CIAA's leading shot blocker, continues to be a dominant presence on the defensive end of the court, averaging six blocks, 12.0 points, and 7.5 rebounds per game this week. 

 

Coach of the Week

Shawn Walker, Elizabeth City State University
The Vikings went 2-1 this week, handing division leading Virginia Union their only loss in the CIAA East this season. Their only setback was a two point loss to Bowie State. 

 

CIAA WOMEN'S BASKETBALL PLAYER OF THE WEEK
For the week ending February 14, 2010

Player of the Week
Tanisha McGaughey, Shaw University
Guard, Senior, 5-10, Norfolk, VA

Week's Stats

Games

FG

FGA

3FG

3FGA

FT

FTA

OFF  REBS

DEF REBS

PTS

AST

ST

BS

PPG AVG

3

21

59

   7

26

14

23

2

16

63

5

9

3

21.0

Top Performance vs. Saint Augustine's, 2/13/10

FG

FGA

3FG

3FGA

FT

FTA

OFF

DEF

PTS

AST

ST

BS

7

19

2

8

3

6

1

9

19

2

0

2

Player of the Week - Notes of Interest
McGaughey averaged 21 points per game this week and had a double-double against Saint Augustine's, finishing with 19 points and 10 rebounds. 

 

Rookie of the Week
Crystal Smith, Elizabeth City State University
Guard, Freshman, 5-9, Farmville, NC

Week's Stats

Games

FG

FGA

3FG

3FGA

FT

FTA

OFF  REBS

DEF REBS

PTS

AST

ST

BS

PPG AVG

3

14

20

0

0

2

8

8

6

30

5

5

1

10.0

Top Performance vs. Virginia Union,   2/11/10

FG

FGA

3FG

3FGA

FT

FTA

OFF

DEF

PTS

AST

ST

BS

9

11

0

0

0

3

3

2

18

2

2

1

Rookie of the Week - Notes of Interest
Smith averaged 10.0 points and 4.6 rebounds as ECSU went 3-0 this week.

Newcomer of the Week
Tierney Rock, Virginia State University
Guard, Senior, 5-7, Jacksonville, FL

Week's Stats

Games

FG

FGA

3FG

3FGA

FT

FTA

OFF  REBS

DEF REBS

PTS

AST

ST

BS

PPG AVG

4

15

37

4

10

15

18

2

5

49

4

9

0

12.25

Top Performance vs. Saint Paul's,   2/11/10

FG

FGA

3FG

3FGA

FT

FTA

OFF

DEF

PTS

AST

ST

BS

5

9

2

2

6

7

1

2

18

1

3

0

Newcomer of the Week - Notes of Interest
Rock had a VSU career high of 18 points in the Lady Trojans' 79-60 win over Saint Paul's. 

 

Coach of the Week
Margaret Richards, Saint Augustine's College
Richards guided the Lady Falcons to a 3-0 record last week including victories over regionally-ranked Johnson C. Smith, Livingstone and Shaw. The Lady Falcons have won three straight games and are currently in second place, one game behind Western Division leader Fayetteville State.