SLIAC Players of the Week - January 29

SLIAC Players of the Week - January 29

Kendahl Adams and Shea Feehan have claimed the SLIAC Player of the Week awards for Jan. 29, 2018. This marks the fifth weekly award for Feehan this season and the second for Adams.

 

SLIAC MEN'S BASKETBALL PLAYER OF THE WEEK - JANUARY 29

Shea Feehan, Eureka College

Feehan takes his second straight weekly award after averaging 35.5 points and 5.5 rebounds per game last week during two conference games. Feehan, a junior guard, netted 30 points against MacMurray. He closed out the week with his fifth 40 point game this season, a 41 point effort in a win over Blackburn. Feehan was 15-of-21 from the field and knocked down 6-of-8 three-point attempts while adding seven rebounds and three steals in the game. On the week he shot 64-percent from the field with 8 three-pointers and just two turnovers.

   

SLIAC WOMEN'S BASKETBALL PLAYER OF THE WEEK - JANUARY 29

 

Kendahl Adams, Westminster College

Kendahl Adams, a junior guard, averaged 24.0 points, 10.5 rebounds, and 6.0 assists per game over two contests last week. Adams recorded a double-double with 22 points and 11 rebounds, including five offensive rebounds, against Greenville and added 26 points, 10 rebounds, and 9 assists in a win over Spalding. On the week Adams finished with 8 three-pointers and recorded three steals to go with 12 assists. 

Other Notables: 

  • Brock Butler, Iowa Wesleyan University (Men's Basketball) Butler finished with a pair of 30 point outings last week including 35 points in a win over Spalding.
  • Kendall Davis, MacMurray College (Men's Basketball) Had 24 points, including going 9-of-10 from the free-throw line, in a win over Principia; helping the Highlanders extend their winning streak to three games.
  • Johari Dix, Greenville University (Men's Basketball) Scored 29 points in 21 minutes of action against Westminster.
  • Lexi Dooley, Eureka College (Women's Basketball) Dooley set a school record with 22 rebounds in a win over MacMurray and added another 19 rebounds the following game against Blackburn.
  • Nigel Wilcox, Webster University (Men's Basketball) Wilcox averaged 20.5 points over two conference wins last week, adding 3.0 blocks per game.