2002-03 NCAC Women's Basketball Players of the Week

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February 23, 2003

HUMMEL NAMED NCAC PLAYER OF THE WEEK

Hiram sophomore Amanda Hummel (Plymouth, PA/Great Nanticoke Area) led the Terriers to a 1-1 week,
including their first-ever NCAC road win, with 38 points, eight rebounds, five assists and two steals. 
In Hiram’s 55-53 victory over Oberlin, Hummel notched a career-best 22 points.
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February 9, 2003

OVEROM NAMED NCAC PLAYER OF THE WEEK

Denison senior Meghan Overom (Duluth, MN/The Marshall School), a 5-8 guard, led the Big Red to 
three wins last week by averaging 16.7 points in victories over Earlham, Wooster and Oberlin.  She 
combined for 50 points of 15-of-27 shooting from the field. Overom was 5-of-9 (.556) from behind 
the three-point arc and was 15-of-18 (.833) from the charity stripe. She added 28 rebounds, seven 
assists, three blocks and four steals to her weekly totals. She is her team’s leading scorer and 
rebounder, and has a team-best three double-doubles this season.
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February 2, 2003

STEDING NAMED NCAC PLAYER OF THE WEEK

Allegheny freshman Courtney Steding (McDonald, PA/Fort Cherry) recorded a double-double in both 
Gator wins last week with 17 points and 11 rebounds in the Gators’ 62-57 victory over Denison. She 
followed that up with 19 points and 12 rebounds against Hiram, a 73-63 victory for Allegheny. She 
now has five double-doubles this season.
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January 26, 2003

RICHARDSON NAMED NCAC PLAYER OF THE WEEK

Oberlin senior Malisha Richardson (Cleveland, OH/Shaw) a 5-10 forward, totalled 62 points and 
grabbed 20 rebounds in two Yeowomen wins last week. With a career-high 39 points against 
Lake Erie, she became the third Yeowoman to top the 1,000-point mark, joining former head coach 
Ann Gilbert and former teammate Nzinga Broussard. She added five assists, five steals and two 
blocks in the wins over Lake Erie and Hiram. Richardson leads Oberlin in scoring (18.9 ppg) and in 
rebounding (7.7 rpg) and is third and second, respectively amongst NCAC leaders in those categories.
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January 19, 2003

CHAPPELL NAMED NCAC PLAYER OF THE WEEK

Earlham's Lindsey Chappell (Highland, IN/Highland) has been namedwomen's basketball "Player of 
the Week" in the North Coast Athletic Conference.

Chappell, a 5-10, junior forward, led all scorers with 22 points in the Quakers’ 10-point loss to 
first-place Wittenberg, and pulled down a game high nine rebounds and added four blocks. Chappell 
added 29 and 12 rebounds in a defeat of Heidelberg earlier in the week. For the week, she averaged 
25.5 points and 10.5 rebounds, and had her seventh double-double in 11 games this year.
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January 12, 2003

HALICKI NAMED NCAC PLAYER OF THE WEEK

Kenyon's Dana Halicki (North Royalton, OH/Padua Franciscan) has been named women's basketball 
"Player of the Week" in the North Coast Athletic Conference.

Halicki, a 5-8, sophomore guard, tossed in a combined 26 points, including tying a career-best 18 
points against Denison. She hit a pair of three-pointers and was 8-of-9 at the free throw line in the 
Ladies' two games. Halicki also had 13 rebounds and six steals.
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January 5, 2003

HEIL NAMED NCAC PLAYER OF THE WEEK

Ohio Wesleyan's Kelly Heil (Sylvania, OH/Southview) has been named women's basketball "Player of 
the Week" in the North Coast Athletic Conference.

Heil, a 510, sophomore wing, totalled 89 points on 33-of-54 field-goal shooting in three contests last 
week. She was 14-for-18 from the charity stripe. She opened the week with 30-point effort against 
Thomas More and followed with a career-high 38 points against Kenyon. Her total against the Ladies 
places her second on the Bishops all-time single-game scoring list. Her 68 points in consecutive games 
sets an OWU record. She closed out the week with 21 points against Wooster. 
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December 9, 2002

RICE NAMED NCAC PLAYER OF THE WEEK

Wooster's Kristen Rice (Wooster, OH/Northwestern) has been named women's basketball "Player of 
the Week" in the North Coast Athletic Conference.

Rice, a 6-0, senior center, scored a career-high 24 points on seven field goals (7-for-15, .467) and 
10-of-12 (.833) shooting from the foul line, and matched a career-high rebound total (13) in the 
76-60 win over Allegheny. It marked the fourth double-double of her career.
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December 5, 2002

HEIL NAMED NCAC PLAYER OF THE WEEK

Ohio Wesleyan's Kelly Heil (Sylvania, OH/Southview) has been named women's basketball "Player of 
the Week" in the North Coast Athletic Conference.

Heil, a 5-10, sophomore wing, drilled a three-pointer to put the Bishops ahead to stay and finished 
with team bests of 19 points and six rebounds in a 70-68 win at Ohio Northern. Heil then scored 
eight points during an early 14-0 run, including a three-pointer to put the Bishops ahead to stay, in 
Ohio Wesleyan's conference opener at Oberlin. She led the Bishops with 21 points.
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November 27, 2002

CHAPPELL NAMED NCAC PLAYER OF THE WEEK

Earlham's Lindsey Chappell (Highland, IN/Highland) has been namedwomen's basketball "Player of 
the Week" in the North Coast Athletic Conference.

Chappell, a 5-10, junior forward, tallied double digits in all three of the Quakers' games and recorded 
two double-doubles. In a win over Salem she scored 16 points and pulled down nine rebounds. In 
Earlham's loss to Centre, she totalled 15 points and 11 boards. In the win over Hanover, she picked up 
17 points and rebounds.
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