njcaa16 2016-17 Region 16 Women's
Division 1 Basketball Players of the Week
#24 Ahjana Oakes of State Fair CC
Player of the Week (Feb. 20-26)
17.5 ppg, 12-19 FG's (63..%), 4-9 3FG's (44.%), 7-9 /FT's (77.8%), 2.5 rpg, 1.5 apg in 22.5 min/game
Leading scorer in wins over JeffCo, 90-39, and a 79-68 road win at Mineral Area to clinch MCCAC Championship
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#11 Shelby Moon of Mineral Area College
Player of the Week (Feb. 13-19)
25 pts, 9-16 FG's (56.3%), 7-11 3FG's (63.6%), 6 rebounds, 5 assists in 29 minutes
Career high in teams 73-53 win vs. Three Rivers who had been atop region standings since the beginning
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#5 Hayley Winter of Mineral Area College
Player of the Week (Feb. 6-12)
17 ppg, 11-24 FG's (46%), 4-11 3FG's (36%), 10-13 FT's (77%), 6, rpg, 6 apg, 2 spg, team was 1-1 beat JeffCo but lost to Crowder, 2nd time this season Hayley has been named POTW, 2nd player this year to achieve that honor.
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#22 Dee McGinnist of Jefferson College
Player of the Week (January 30-February 5)
13.7 ppg, 18-28 FG (64%), 1-3 3FG (33%), 6.3 rpg, 3 assists, 6 steals,  in 23.7 min/game
Lady Vik's went 2-1 last week with Dee putting in double figures in all three games.
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#3 Anna Stewart of Moberly Area CC
Player of the Week (January 23-29)
19.5 ppg, 14-22 FG (64%), 1-3 (33%) on three's,10-11 from the FT line (91%), 5.5 rpg, and 2.5 apg in 27.5 min/g
Career highs in points and rebounds, 24 & 6 in road win at #25 Three Rivers, 62-57. Home win vs. Jefferson 75-66
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  #25 Alexis Cowan of State Fair CC
Player of the Week (January 16-22) First 3 time POTW award winner
20.5 ppg, 67% FG's (12-18), 70% 3FG's (7-10) 67% FT's (10-15), 4 rebs, 5 ast, 2 blks, & 6 steals, 35 min/g
26 pts on 7-11 FG's (6-9 from 3), 4 rebs, 2 ast, 4 steals in 67-65 win at Moberly with 5 impact plays in last 30 secs.
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#25 Alexis Cowan of State Fair CC
Player of the Week (January 9-15) First two time POTW award winner
15 ppg, 9-18 FG's (50%), 3-6 3FG's (50%), 9-11 FT's (81.2%), 4.5 rebs/g, 2 ast/g, 2 steals/g, 30 min/game
Continues to lead DI women's basketball in 3 point FG% hitting 26-46 (56.5%), and now a two time POTW honoree
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#34 Dominique Jennings of Jefferson College
Player of the Week (Dec. 19-Jan. 1) & also named National Player of the Week (Dec 26-Jan 1)
19 ppg, 7 rpg, 82% FG's (18/22), 100% FT's (2-2), 2 apg, 27 min/g (28 pts 12 rebs vs. NW Mississippi)
 Helped Lady Viks end 4 game losing streak with back to back wins over Malcolm X (68-48) and NW MS (99-87)
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#10 Carnethia Brown of Moberly Area CC
Player of the Week (December 12-18)
12 points, 5/9 FG's (55.6%), 2-6 3FG's (33.3%), 6 assists, 3 steals and 2 rebounds in 28 minutes
Carnethia was the catalyst in Lady Greyhounds only game last week, a 62-43 win at Volunteer State CC
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 # 33 Takayla Gunter of State Fair CC
Player of the Week (December 5-11)
16 pts, 6/12 FG's (50%), 3FG's 2/5 (40%), 6 rebounds, 6 assists in 34 minutes
Led all scorers in 77-68 win over St. Louis CC on the road
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Hayley Winter of Mineral Area College
Player of the Week (November 28-December 4)
19 points, 8-11 FG's (72.7%), 3/3 3pt FG's, 10 rebounds, 10 assists in 37 minutes
Recorded a triple-double from point guard position in only game of the week a 77-47 home win over Dyersburg St. CC
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Alexis Cowan of State Fair CC
Player of the Week (November 21-27)
16.3 ppg, 62.5% 3FG (5/8), 92.3% (12/13) FT, 26 min/g.
Lady Roadrunners went 2-1 for the week
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Zahria White of Crowder College
Player of the Week (November 14-20)
17 ppg, 9.7 rpg, 58% FG (17/30), 74% FT (17/23)
Led the Lady 'Riders to first 2 wins of the season going 2-1 for the week
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  Janaye Randle of Jefferson College
Player of the Week (November 7-13)
17 ppg, 8 rpg, 84.2% FG's (16/19), 4 steals/g, 22 min./game
Lady Vikings went 2-0 for the week, beating Rend Lake 82-64 and Southeastern CC (IA) 77-75
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Romekia Wallace of Moberly Area CC
Player of the Week (November 1-6)
14.3 ppg, 14.3 rpg, 63.3 FG% (19/30), 27 minutes/game
Led her team to a 3-0 record and recorded a double-double in all three games.
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