2009-10 NCAC Women's Basketball Players of the Week

February 21

Kaitlin Krister, Wooster
(Kent, OH/Walsh Jesuit)


Games Played: 2
Points: 29 (14.5 points per game)
Rebounds: 20 (10.0 rebounds per game)
Assists: 11 (5.5 rebounds per game)
Steals: 2 (1.0 teal per game)
Blocks: 10 (5.0 blocks per game)

Wooster senior post Kaitlin Krister helped Wooster to a 1-1 week and a fifth-place finish in the NCAC by tallying 29 points, 20 rebounds, 11 assists, and 10 blocked shots (two steals). She recorded a balanced stat line of 11 points, eight rebounds, six assists, and six blocks during Friday’s 81-61 loss at Ohio Wesleyan, and less than 24 hours later, came back with an 18-point, 12-rebound, five-assist, four-block effort in a 72-69 victory at Earlham.

February 14

Kym Wenz, Wooster
(North Ridgeville, OH/Avon Lake)


Games Played: 2
Points: 57 (28.5 points per game)
Rebounds: 13 (6.5 rebounds per game)
Assists: 1
Steals: 4
Blocks: 1

Senior guard Kym Wenz combined for 57 points on 20-of-33 (.606) shooting, including 8-of-13 (.615) from three-point range. She poured in 35 in a 67-56 upset of Wittenberg, which put her over 1,500 career points. She is the second Fighting Scot player and 15th in conference history to reach that plateau. She also pulled down a game-high nine rebounds. Wenz started the week with a 22-point, four-steal performance in a 66-58 defeat of Allegheny.

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Brittany Bell, Allegheny
(Greensburg, PA/Hempfield)


Games Played: 3
Points: 45 (15.0 points per game)
Rebounds: 8
Assists: 6
Steals: 3
Blocks: 0

Allegheny senior guard Brittany Bell shot 57 percent from the floor and 52 percent from behind the arc to average 15 points in the Gators’ 2-1 week. She knocked down 11 three-pointers, including five in a 69-57 loss to Wittenberg. Bell totalled 17 points versus the Tigers and added 13 in a 68-53 win over Hiram and 15 in a 71-46 win over Earlham.

January 31

Morgan Korinek, Kenyon
(Cuyahoga Falls, OH/Woodridge)


Games Played: 2
Points: 36 (18.0 points per game)
Rebounds: 23 (11.5 rebounds per game)
Assists: 1
Steals: 2
Blocks: 2

Sophomore Morgan Koriniek paced Kenyon in its 1-1 week. She had double-doubles in both games, starting with 12 points and 11 rebounds in a 75-69 loss to Denison, then with 24 points and 12 boards in a 59-51 overtime victory over Allegheny. Korinek has five straight games with a double-double. She shot 15-for-22 (.682).

January 24

Tyler Cordell, Ohio Wesleyan
(Columbus, OH/St. Francis DeSales)


Games Played: 2
Points: 41 (20.5 points per game)
Rebounds: 15 (7.5 rebounds per game)
Assists: 9
Steals: 3
Blocks: 0

Junior guard Tyler Cordell totaled 19 points, 10 rebounds and six assists in a 71-68 overtime win over Hiram, including a pair of free throws in the closing seconds of the extra session. She followed that performance with team-bests of 22 points and five boards in a 72-50 decision over Earlham.

January 17

Stephanie Boardman, Wittenberg
(Cincinnati, OH/McAuley)


Games Played: 1
Points: 33 (33.0 points per game)
Rebounds: 6 (6.0 rebounds per game)
Assists: 1
Steals: 1
Blocks: 0

In an 83-80 victory over Ohio Wesleyan, Wittenberg senior Stephanie Boardman poured in 33 points on 15-of-25 shooting, for the second-best single-game point total in team history. Boardman now owns two of the school’s top five individual game totals. The Tigers, who have won four straight, moved to two games over the .500 mark overall for the first time this season and claimed first place as their own.

January 10

Katherine Hueter, Wittenberg
(Columbus, OH/Hilliard Darby)


Games Played: 3
Points: 63 (21.0 points per game)
Rebounds: 32 (10.7 rebounds per game)
Assists: 11
Steals: 3
Blocks: 1

Junior wing Katherine Hueter led Wittenberg to three NCAC wins last week. She totaled 63 points, 32 rebounds, 11 assists and three steals as the Tigers defeated Denison, 79-58, Hiram, 63-57, and Allegheny, 73-63. Heuter’s 29 points against Denison surpassed her previous career best of 16.

January 3

Brittany Mayle, Hiram
(Mantua, OH/Crestwood)


Games Played: 2
Points: 24 (12.0 points per game)
Rebounds: 10 (5.0 rebounds per game)
Assists: 6
Steals: 0
Blocks: 0

Senior Brittany Mayle led Hiram with 24 points and 10 rebounds in the Salem State Holiday Classic. She led Hiram as it split a pair of games in the tournament. The Terriers fell to the hosts, 59-30, then bounced back to top Nichols, 52-49, in the consolation for the team’s first victory of the season.

December 21

Kayla Gordon, Ohio Wesleyan
(St. Louis, MO/Mehlville)


Games Played: 1
Points: 19 (19.0 points per game)
Rebounds: 9 (9.0 rebounds per game)
Assists: 0
Steals: 5
Blocks: 0

Ohio Wesleyan junior post Kayla Gordon led Ohio Wesleyan to a 58-45 victory over Bethany. She scored all nine points in the Battling Bishops’ game-opening 9-0 run, and finished with a team-best 19 points and nine rebounds. She also recorded five steals.

December 14

Kym Wenz, Wooster
(North Ridgeville, OH/Avon Lake)


Games Played: 1
Points: 37 (37.0 points per game)
Rebounds: 7 (7.0 rebounds per game)
Assists: 1
Steals: 7
Blocks: 0

Wooster senior guard Kim Wenz established career highs in scoring (37) and steals (7) to lead the Fighting Scots past Ursuline. The 37 points was one short of the school record. Wenz accounted for the last seven points of the game, with a three-pointer, a layup off a steal, and a pair of three throws in the final 2:30 of the game. Her effort lifted Wooster from a 66-65 deficit to a 72-66 victory.

December 7

Allison Anderson, Oberlin
(Springfield, IL/Springfield)


Games Played: 2
Points: 28 (14.0 points per game)
Rebounds: 17 (8.5 rebounds per game)
Assists: 14
Steals: 6
Blocks: 1

Freshman Allison Anderson recorded the first triple-double by a freshman in Oberlin history when she collected 20 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists in a 68-52 conference-opening win over Earlham. She played the entire 40 minutes in the game, as well as in the Yeowomen’s non-conference loss to Carnegie Mellon earlier in the week. She leads the North Coast with 3.17 steals per game and ranks second in the league with 5.0 assists per game.

November 30

Shaina Kaiser, Denison
(Ostrander, OH/Buckeye Valley)


Games Played: 2
Points: 56
Rebounds: 11
Assists: 11
Steals: 8
Blocks: 0

Denison junior Shaina Kaiser tied her career-best effort with 32 points in a 70-57 win over Carnegie Mellon. It was the fourth-highest single-game output in program history. She averaged 28.0 points and 5.5 rebounds in two games, as Denison won both of its contests in the Chatham Thanksgiving Classic. The Big Red also defeated Chatham, 71-69.

November 23

Tyler Cordell, Ohio Wesleyan
(Columbus, OH/St. Francis DeSales)


Games Played: 2
Points: 38 (19.0 per game)
Rebounds: 14 (2.0 per game)
Assists: 8
Steals: 5
Blocks: 2

Ohio Wesleyan junior guard Tyler Cordell led the Battling Bishops to a 91-87 overtime win over Centenary at the Hunter Tip-Off Tournament with 24 points, eight rebounds, and five assists. She then chipped in 14 points, including three free throws in the final 30 seconds to preserve a 77-71 victory over Hunter in the championship. She posted 14 boards and eight assists over the two games on her way to Most Valuable Player honors.