2014-15 NCAC Women's Basketball Players of the Week

   
February 23rd

Jordan Holmes, Denison
(Pittsburgh, PA/Mt. Lebanon)

GP/GS: 2/2
Points: 49 (24.5 PPG)        
FG/FGA: 19/28 (.679)
FT/FTA: 11/16 (.688)       
Rebounds: 39 (19.5 RPG)      
Blocks: 13 (6.5 BPG)                 
Assists: 10 (5.0 APG)

Denison sophomore post Jordan Holmes helped the Big Red secure a home game in the quarterfinals of the 2015 NCAC Tournament set to begin on Tuesday. Holmes opened the week with her third-career triple-double in Denison’s 77-54 victory at Hiram on Wednesday. In the win over the Terriers, Holmes finished one-point shy of her career high 31 points. She went 13-of-17 from the field and 5-for-8 at the foul line. The sophomore also grabbed 19 rebounds, rejected 10 shots and dished out four assists. Three days later, Holmes posted 18 points, 20 rebounds and six assists in DU’s Senior Day win over Allegheny on Saturday. The 6-foot-1 post player went 6-for-11 from the field and 6-for-8 at the charity stripe. On the week, she averaged 24.5 points and 19.5 rebounds per contest. She also shot 68 percent (19-for-28) from the field, blocked 13 shots and dished out 10 assists.
February 16th
  Hannah Douglas, DePauw
(Pendleton, IN/Pendleton Heights)

GP/GS: 2/2
Points: 43 (21.5 PPG)        
FG/FGA: 17/33 (.515)
FT/FTA: 9/10 (.900)               
Rebounds: 5 (2.5 RPG)      
Blocks: 3 (1.5 BPG)        
Steals: 6 (3.0 SPG)


DePauw senior guard Hannah Douglas led the Tigers to a pair of NCAC victories last week over Wittenberg and Kenyon to clinch their fourth-straight NCAC title. In the win over Wittenberg, Douglas poured in a DePauw career-high 28 points, including seven in overtime as the Tigers played its first home OT game since January 2000. On the week, Douglas averaged 21.5 points on 51.5 percent shooting (17-for-33) and added three steals, 2.5 rebounds and 1.3 blocks per contest.
 
February 9th
  Megan Kuether, Ohio Wesleyan
(Osgood, OH/Marion Local)

GP/GS: 2/2
Points: 33 (16.5 PPG)        
FG/FGA: 7/13 (.538)
FT/FTA: 16/18 (.889)               
Rebounds: 8 (4.0 RPG)      
Assists: 5 (2.5 APG)        
Steals: 3 (1.5 SPG)


Ohio Wesleyan sophomore Megan Kuether sparked the Bishops to a pair of key NCAC victories last week over Wooster and Kenyon to get back to over .500 in league action. On the week, Kuether averaged 16.5 points on 53.8 percent shooting including a career-high 22 in the win over Kenyon. Kuether also averaged four rebounds, 2.5 assists and 1.5 steals per contest.
 
February 2nd

Katelyn Haralamos, Wittenberg
(Maineville, OH/Kings)

GP/GS: 2/2
Points: 29 (14.5 PPG)        
FG/FGA: 11/30 (.367)
3FG/3FGA: 4/12 (.333)           
Rebounds: 17 (8.5 RPG)      
Assists: 3 (1.5 APG)        
Steals: 4 (2.0 SPG)


With her team trailing 36-21 with nine minutes remaining against Denison, Wittenberg senior Katelyn Haralamos drained two three-pointers during a 14-point run over the next five minutes as the Tigers leapt back into the game. Then, with 15 seconds remaining, Haralamos hit the game-winning jumper to send the Tigers to a 41-39 victory and second place in the league standings. Haralamos finished the week, which also included a 66-55 win over Ohio Wesleyan, leading the team in scoring (29 points) and rebounds (17) while adding four steals and three assists.
January 26th

Christina Marquette, Oberlin
(Huntington Beach, CA/Edison)

GP/GS: 2/2
Points: 57 (28.5 PPG)        
FG/FGA: 21/48 (.438)
3FG/3FGA: 10/21 (.476)       
Rebounds: 11 (5.5 RPG)      
Assists: 7 (3.5 APG)         
Steals: 2 (1.0 SPG)


Oberlin senior guard Christina Marquette continued her blistering pace, averaging 28.5 points per game in a pair of conference wins for the Yeowomen. The senior lifted the Yeowomen over Ohio Wesleyan, 71-59, for the first time since January 24, 2004 as she scored 28 points to go along with six rebounds and three assists. She then followed with a 31-point, five-rebound, four-assist effort in a 76-74 road win at Allegheny. In the victory she cashed in a career-high seven 3-pointers on 11 shots. Her efforts helped Oberlin secure its most overall wins since 2003-04 (10) and most NCAC wins since the 1999-2000 season (6).
January 19th
  Savannah Trees, DePauw
(Libertyville, IL/Libertyville)

GP/GS: 2/2
Points: 44 (22.0 PPG)        
FG/FGA: 15/27 (.556)
3FG/3FGA: 1/3 (.333)               
Rebounds: 10 (5.0 RPG)      
Assists: 3 (1.5 APG)        
Steals: 4 (2.0 SPG)


DePauw senior guard Savannah Trees played a large role in a pair of NCAC road wins for the Tigers to move their conference mark to 8-0 on the season. Trees averaged 22 points on 55.6 percent shooting and chipped in five rebounds and two steals per contest in wins over Ohio Wesleyan and Wittenberg. Trees averaged 18 points in the second half last week including all 20 of her points in the win over the Tigers. At Ohio Wesleyan, Trees led all scorers with a season-high 24 including 16 in the second half.
January 12th
  Christina Marquette, Oberlin
(Huntington Beach, CA/Edison)

GP/GS: 2/2
Points: 35 (17.5 PPG)        
FG/FGA: 12/31 (.387)
3FG/3FGA: 8/17 (.471)           
Rebounds: 26 (13.0 RPG)      
Assists: 8 (4.0 APG)        
Steals: 7 (3.5 SPG)

Oberlin senior forward Christina Marquette played a large role in a pair of NCAC road wins for the Yeowomen to move their conference mark to 3-2 on the season. Marquette recorded a double-double in each game, averaging 17.5 points and 13 rebounds. Against Kenyon she netted 18 points and had a season-high 14 boards. The senior forward stuffed the stat sheet adding four assists, 3.5 steals and one block per game and shot nearly 50 percent from long range hitting eight of her 17 three-point field goals.
 
January 5th
  Kellie Arter, Denison
(Lancaster, OH/Lancaster)

GP/GS: 3/3
Points: 51 (17.0 PPG)        
FG/FGA: 17/28 (.607)
3FG/3FGA: 12/21 (.571)       
Rebounds: 9 (3.0 RPG)      
Assists: 12 (4.0 APG)             
Steals: 1

Denison junior wing Kellie Arter helped the Big Red post a 3-0 record last week after averaging 17 ppg and converting over 60 percent from the field. Arter opened the week by earning Most Valuable Player honors at the 2014 Bluffton Holiday Tournament. Over the course of two games, the junior averaged 17 points and converted 63 percent (12-for-19) from the field and 54 percent (7-for-13) from beyond the arc. In the championship game win over Albion, Arter went 7-of-12 from the field en route to a 21-point effort, which marked the fourth time this season she has scored at least 20 points. In the conference win over Wooster, the 5-foot-8 wing scored 17 points after 5-of-8 from three-point land (63 percent) and 2-for-2 at the charity stripe. She also dished out a four assists against the Scots, one shy of her season-high set against Muskingum earlier in the week. the arc.
 
December 22nd

Kayla Yost, Hiram
(Norwalk, OH/Perkins)

GP/GS: 1/1
Points: 26            
FG/FGA: 9/15 (.600)
3FG/3FGA: 3/3 (1.000)   
Rebounds: 11      
Assists: 2        
Steals: 2

Hiram sophomore forward Kayla Yost turned in another solid performance in the Terrier’s 69-64 win at Bethany on Tuesday. She finished with a career-high 26 points and also added 11 rebounds, for her third straight and fourth double-double of the season. Yost shot 9-of-15 in the game and was also a perfect 3-of-3 in three-point field goals.
December 15th
  Kayla Yost, Hiram
(Norwalk, OH/Perkins)

GP/GS: 1/1
Points: 16            
FG/FGA: 5/8 (.625)
3FG/3FGA: 1/2 (.500)       
Rebounds: 12      
Assists: 1        
Steals: 3

Hiram sophomore forward Kayla Yost recorded her third double-double of the season and of her career, finishing with 16 points and 12 rebounds in Hiram’s, 71-52, win at Thiel. She went 5-of-8 from the field and also added three steals. On the season, Yost leads the team in scoring (15.0 ppg), rebounding (8.6 rpg) and assists (23).
December 8th
  Jordan Holmes, Denison
(Pittsburgh, PA/Mt. Lebanon)

GP/GS: 2/2
Points: 29 (14.5 PPG)    
FG/FGA: 11/14 (.786)   
Rebounds: 29 (14.5 RPG)     
Assists: 6 (3 APG)        
Blocks: 10 (5 BPG)       
Steals: 4 (2 SPG)

Denison sophomore post Jordan Holmes averaged 14.5 ppg, 14.5 rpg and 5.0 bpg in two starts this week. In Denison’s win over Oberlin, Holmes stuffed the stat sheet with 18 points, 18 rebounds, five blocks, three assists and four steals. She is averaging 14.8 rpg and 10.8 ppg in 8 starts this season.
 
December 1st
  Emma Pellicano, Allegheny
(Pittsburgh, PA/Mt. Lebanon)

GP/GS: 1/1
Points: 33        
FG/FGA: 13/20 (.650)
FT/FTA: 6/8 (.750)
Rebounds: 11     
Assists: 1               
Steals: 2

Allegheny junior forward Emma Pellicano scored a career-high 33 points, helping lead the Gators back from a 17-point deficit to defeat Washington & Jefferson, 94-89, in overtime last Tuesday. The junior went 13-for-20 from the field and 6-of-8 from the charity stripe, complimenting the most points for an Allegheny player since 2001 with 11 rebounds, earning her first double double of the season. Pellicano scored 23 of her points in the second half, helping the Gators complete a 13-point second half comeback en route to their first wins over the Presidents since the 2010-11 season.
 
November 24th
  Emma Ondik, DePauw
(Naperville, IL/Central)

GP/GS: 2/2
Points: 32 (16 PPG)       
FG/FGA: 7/12 (.583)
3FG/3FGA: 6/10 (.600)
FT/FTA: 12/12 (1.000)     
Rebounds: 2 (1 RPG)     
Assists: 5 (2.5 APG)       
Steals: 2 (1 SPG)

DePauw senior guard Emma Ondik helped the Tigers open the season with a pair of wins and was named to the Paul F. Knueppel Classic all-tournament team. Ondik scored a career-high 26 points in the win over Wisconsin Lutheran and averaged 16 points on 58.3 percent shooting (7-for-12) 2.5 assists and a steal per game over the weekend.
 
November 17th 

Katelyn Haralamos, Wittenberg
(Maineville, OH/Kings)


GP/GS: 1/1
Points: 23           
FG/FGA: 6/8 (.750)
FT/FTA: 6/8 (.750)       
3FG/3FGA: 5/5 (1.000)  
Rebounds: 5     
Assists: 2           
Steals: 2

Wittenberg earned a rousing 70-67 victory over Capital behind the 23-point performance of senior Katelyn Haralamos, who hit 6-of-8 field goals and 5-of-5 three-point goals, as well as 6-of-8 free throws, going along with five rebounds, two assists and two steals.