December 24, 2012

CIAA Men's Basketball Players of the Week

 

CIAA Men’s Basketball Player of the Week

Week Seven

 

Player of the Week
Trevin Parks , Johnson C. Smith University
Class: Senior Position: Guard  Height: 5'11 Weight: 160
Hometown: Hickory, NC

Week’s Stats


Games


FG


FGA


3P


3PA


FT


FTA

OFF REBS

DEF REBS


PTS


AST


ST


BS

2

13

28

5

12

21

24

0

5

52

7

2

0

Top Performance vs. Florida Southern College Date 12/18/12

 


FG


FGA


3P


3PA


FT


FTA

OFF REBS

DEF REBS


PTS


AST


ST


BS

9

15

4

7

10

11

0

1

32

5

1

0

Player of the Week - Notes of Interest
Trevin Parks continues to be a scoring machine for the Golden Bulls this season. Parks averaged 26 points in the two games for JCSU this week. He tallied 20 points and four rebounds in a 67-64 road victory over Eckerd College. The next night, Parks scored a game-high 32 points and dished out five assists against Florida Southern. Parks is 3rd in all of NCAA DII for scoring with a 26.2 ppg.

 

Newcomer of the Week
Emilio Parks, Johnson C. Smith University
Class:
Sophomore  Position: Forward  Height: 6'6 Weight: 240
Hometown: Ashtabula, OH


Week’s Stats


Games


FG


FGA


3P


3PA


FT


FTA

OFF REBS

DEF REBS


PTS


AST


ST


BS

2

18

24

0

0

7

11

6

13

43

2

1

2

Top Performance vs. Eckerd College Date 12/17/12

 


FG


FGA


3P


3PA


FT


FTA

OFF REBS

DEF REBS


PTS


AST


ST


BS

10

13

0

0

4

5

2

6

24

0

0

1

Newcomer of the Week - Notes of Interest
Emilio Parks had an impressive week scoring and on the glass during the Golden Bulls' two-day Florida road trip. Parks scored a team-high 24 points and grabbed eight rebounds in a 67-64 win over Eckerd College. He followed up that effort the next night with a double-double of 19 points and 11 boards. Parks is shooting an extremely efficient 70% (56-80) from the floor on the season.


Rookie of the Week
No Nominations

 

Coach of the Week
Lonnie Blow, Jr., Saint Augustine's University
Coach Blow guided the Falcons to a 3-1 record including a 66-63 double overtime victory this week over the University of West Georgia during a four-game southern road trip. The Falcons, picked to finish last in the southern division, are 7-3 overall heading into CIAA play.

 

 

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