SLIAC Players of the Week - February 12

SLIAC Players of the Week - February 12

Davian Joseph and Kendahl Adams are the St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Players of the Week for February 12, 2018.



Davian Joseph, Webster University

Davian Joseph, a senior from Philadelphia, Pa., edged out all other nominees to pick up the SLIAC Men's Basketball Player of the Week award. Joseph averaged 11.5 points, 10.5 rebounds, and 4.0 blocks per game while helping the Gorloks pick up two key conference wins as they continue their chase for the postseason. Joseph finished with 10 points, going 4-of-5 from the floor, with 9 rebounds and 5 assists in a win over Spalding. He followed with 13 points, 12 rebounds, and a career-high 6 blocked shots in a win over MacMurray. On the week he shot 53-percent from the field while totaling eight blocked shots.



Kendahl Adams, Westminster College

Kendahl Adams will remember last week on the court, picking up her third SLIAC Women's Basketball Player of the Week award this season while also breaking the school record for points in a season. Adams averaged 22.0 points and 10.5 rebounds in two contests last week. She started the week with 19 points, 7 rebounds, and 4 assists in a win over Iowa Wesleyan. Adams then tallied 25 points and 14 rebounds against Eureka, breaking the previous single-season scoring mark set by Andrea Zalis. Adams is currently averaging 18.9 points and 8.2 rebounds per game this season.

Other Notables: 

  • Dakota Bennington, Eureka College (Men's Basketball) Averaged a double-double, 16.5 points, and 13.0 rebounds, in two wins last week.
  • Kennedy Dura, Eureka College (Women's Basketball) Dura averaged 20.5 points while helping Eureka clinch a spot in the conference tournament with two conference wins.
  • Aley Lucas, Webster University (Women's Basketball) Lucas averaged 16.0 points per game while shooting 53-percent from the field and helping Webster to a pair of conference wins and securing the team's spot in the postseason.
  • Mallory Proffer, Fontbonne University (Women's Basketball) Proffer scored a career-high 21 points off the bench while grabbing 7 rebounds and picking up 4 steals in a win over MacMurray.
  • Jared Woodcock, Fontbonne University (Men's Basketball) Averaged 19.5 points over two games while shooting 68-percent from the field.