|Gabby Timmer, Calvin
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The Team of the Week presented by Scoutware is D3hoops.com’s weekly honor roll, in its 26th season of recognizing the top performance at each of the five positions from the previous week.
|Ryan Hughes, Sr.
|G||Claire Brock, Sr.
|Jamal Cannady, Jr., So.
|G||Katherine Benes, So.
|Austin Westra, Sr.
|F||Gabby Timmer, Sr.
|Jeff Hunter, Sr.
|F||Johnai Wimbleduff, Fr.
|Ryan Algier, Gr.
|C||Reilly Campbell, Jr.
|Games of Nov. 14-20, 2022 | Previous seasons | All-time honorees|
Brock averaged 23 points and nine rebounds over three games as the Eagles won 2-1. Against LaGrange, she set career highs for points and rebounds with 34 and 13. She went for 15 points, six rebounds, and four assists in a narrow loss to No. 15 UMHB, and followed it up with a 21 point, seven rebound, six assist effort in a blowout win over Piedmont. She shot 46% from the field and 86% from the FT line.
Benes had back-to-back big games resulting in two wins for the Cougars. Against CUW she put up a career high 38 points (4th most in program history) which helped lead the team to their first conference win. Against Mount Union, she put up 24 points, four rebounds, and two steals to secure the first home win of the season.
Timmer notched back-to-back double-doubles in leading Calvin to a pair of victories this week. She scored 26 points and grabbed 10 rebounds in helping Calvin gain a come-from-behind 67-63 win over Colorado College. She then poured in a career-high 36 points and snared 18 rebounds along with four blocked shots in a 79-73 win over North Park. She was named the MIAA Women’s Basketball Player of the Week.
Wimbleduff averaged 21 points, seven rebounds and shot 50% from the field to lead LeTourneau to a 2-0 week and was named the ASC co-Player of the Week. She had her first career double-double with 23 points and 10 rebounds to go along with a game-tying 3-pointer in the final seconds of a 68-61 overtime victory at St. Thomas. She then had 19 points, four rebounds, and two assists in an 80-78 win at the University of Dallas.
Campbell scored 25 points and grabbed 15 rebounds with a blocked shot in Trinity’s 59-54 win over Eastern Connecticut. In a 52-44 victory at Connecticut College, Campbell had 16 points and 16 rebounds, two blocks, and two steals. She shot 60% from the field on the week.
Hughes won Centennial Conference Men’s Basketball Player of the Week with two strong outings in a 2-0 week for Ursinus. He opened the week with 25 points on 9-of-11 shooting from the field, while grabbing nine rebounds, five assists, and three steals in the Bears’ 99-72 win over TCNJ. Hughes followed that with a heroic 28-point performance in the Bears’ 90-86 overtime win over Widener.
Jamal Cannady, Jr.
Cannady Jr. led Bryn Athyn to their first opening win in program history while netting a program record 37 points, with four rebounds and two assists. He followed that up with a 35 point, seven rebound, three steal performance in an 86-68 win over Rutgers Camden.
Westra was named the Buzz Levick Tournament Most Valuable Player after averaging 18 points, six rebounds, and five assists in two UWL victories. He finished with 16 points, five rebounds and five assists in the Eagles’ 66-48 win over Cornell, going seven-of-12 from the field, including one-of-two from three-point range, and one-of-two at the free throw line. Westra had 20 points, seven rebounds, and four assists in UWL’s 87-76 tournament title game win over host Wartburg.
Hunter kept the Owls perfect with a pair of outstanding performances in a 2-0 week at the Great Lakes Invitational. Against Maryville, he tied a career high with 30 points while also grabbing 18 rebounds and blocking four shots with three steals. Hunter followed that up with 21 points, 16 rebounds, and two blocks in a takedown of No. 17 Marietta. He shot 63% from the field and averaged 26 points and 17 rebounds on the week.
Algier was Rochester’s leading scorer as the Yellowjackets claimed two wins to earn the tournament title at the Mark’s Pizzeria Crosstown Shootout. He earned tournament MVP accolades in the process, averaging 22 points, seven rebounds, and 2 blocks per game, while shooting 74% overall and 64% from 3-point range. Against St. John Fisher, Algier was 6-for-7 shooting and made 4-of-5 3-pointers in a 16-point performance, leading to a Rochester 81-76 comeback victory. He followed that up with a season-high 28 points in the Yellowjackets’ 75-69 win over Nazareth. He shot 11-for-16 (.688) from the floor, made three 3-pointers and pulled down a game-high 8 rebounds and 2 blocks as well in the win. He was also chosen as the co-UAA Athlete of the Week.