Final Basketball Players of the Week Selected for 2010-11 Season
ST. LOUIS - The St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SLIAC) has announced the men's and women's basketball athletes of the week for the week of February 14-20.
Webster University's Cody Bradfisch, a sophomore from Jerseyville, Ill., has been named the SLIAC Men's Basketball Player of the Week for the week of February 14-20.
Bradfisch, a 6-2 guard, averaged 18.5 points per game in two games played last week. He finished with 22 points on 8-of-12 (.667) shooting from the field, including 4-of-6 (.667) from behind the arc in Webster's 71-62 loss on the road at Westminster College (Mo.). Bradfisch led the Gorloks' second half effort by hitting 3-of-3 from long range to help cut their 20-point deficit down to just four points. He also added three rebounds, two assists and two steals in the loss.
Bradfisch continued his hot shooting in a 68-50 win versus Greenville College. He came off the bench to shoot 7-of-15 (.715) from the field and 3-of-3 (1.000) from three-point range to finish with 15 points. He also added three rebounds, one assist and one steal in the win.
Eureka College's Caty Eeten, a freshman from Eureka, Ill., has been named the SLIAC Women's Basketball Player of the Week for the week of February 14-20.
Eeten, a 5-8 guard, averaged 25.0 points, 6.5 rebounds, 3.5 assists and 1.5 blocks in two games played last week, while also going 12-for-14 (.857) from the free throw line. She scored 36 points on 13-of-24 (.542) shooting from the field and 9-of-10 (.900) from the charity stripe in a 71-66 overtime loss against Blackburn College. Her 36 points were a career-high and were the most by a SLIAC player in any game this season. Eeten finished with a double-double against Blackburn by grabbing 11 rebounds and also added three assists, two blocks and one steal.
Eeten recorded 14 points, four assists, two rebounds and one block in an 85-57 loss to Westminster College (Mo.). She went 3-of-4 (.750) from the line and shot 5-of-12 (.417) from the field, including 1-of-1 (1.000) from three-point range.