November 29, 2013

Team of the Week

Scoutware The Team of the Week presented by Scoutware is D3hoops.com's weekly honor roll, in its 17th season of recognizing the top performance at each of the five positions from the previous week.

Men Pos. Women
Alan Aboona, Sr.
Washington U.
G Faith Welch, Fr.
Brockport State
Brian Salzillo, Sr.
Eastern Connecticut
G Tyler Compton, Sr.
Concordia (Texas)
Avery Green, Sr.
Shenandoah
G Lauren Avant, Sr.
Rhodes
David Dixon, Sr.
Rockford
F Sydney Moss, So.
Thomas More
David Langan, Sr.
Wesley
C Stefanie Lang, Jr.
Olivet
Games of Nov. 15-24, 2013

Women's

Faith Welch
Welch started her career with 15.7 points and 5.7 assists as Brockport State opened the season 3-0. She added 4.7 rebounds and went 5-for-10 from 3-point range and 18-for-23 from the line.

Tyler Compton
Compton led the Tornados to a pair of victories. The 5-4 point guard scored 22 and led CTX to a come-from-behind 70-63 win over Schreiner on Nov. 15. A week later, Compton dropped 30 in an 84-63 victory vs. Southwestern. She shot 73.3 percent (22-of-30) from the floor and 70 percent (7-of-10) from the charity stripe. In addition to averaging 26 points per game, Compton averaged 4.5 assists and 3.5 steals.

Lauren Avant
Avant scored 28.5 points and added 4.8 steals per game in helping Rhodes to a 4-0 start. She hit on 58 percent of her shots from the field and was 43-for-57 from the foul line. She had 5.5 rebounds and 3.2 assists per game as well.

Sydney Moss
Moss recorded double-doubles in the Saints' first three games, averaging 23 points and 10.7 rebounds in a 3-0 start to the season. She had 19 points and 12 boards against Wittenberg, 24 points and 10 rebounds against Wilmington and 26 points and 10 rebounds against Capital. Moss is shooting 50.9 percent from the field, including 6-for-14 (42.9 percent) from behind the arc.

Stefanie Lang
Lang scored a school-record 43 points and grabbed 15 rebounds in a 91-80 win over Kenyon and followed that performance with 28 points and a school-record 27 rebounds in an 81-66 win over Muskingum. She shot 70 percent from the floor, including going 3-for-3 on 3-point attempts.

Men's

Alan Aboona
Aboona averaged 17.8 points and 6.5 assists per game in the opening four games of the season. Aboona scored a season-high 22 points in a 91-64 win over Hendrix Nov.17, and notched the third double-double of his career with 18 points and a career-high 12 assists in a 94-74 win over Rose-Hulman. He shot 12-for-32 from 3-point range.

Brian Salzillo
Salzillo averaged 25.2 points per game, shooting 53 percent from 3-point range in a 4-1 week for Eastern Connecticut State. He shot 31-for-59 from beyond the arc for the Warriors. Salzillo scored 31 vs. Worcester State, 24 vs. Purchase and Nichols, 17 vs. Catholic (with six assists) and 30 vs. Manhattanville. 

Avery Green
Green averaged 29.5 points and 4.2 rebounds in a 3-1 start to the season for the Hornets. He scored 29 apiece vs. Methodist and Hood, 23 vs. North Carolina Wesleyan and 37 in a loss at Mary Washington. He shot 43-for-69 from the floor for the week and added 10 steals in the four games.

David Dixon
Dixon helped lead the Regents to a 3-0 start. He opened by scoring 30 points, on 13-for-21 shooting, with five rebounds, three assists and three blocks against Loras and followed that up by pouring in 34 points, on 13-for-18 shooting, with 11 rebounds vs. Concordia-Chicago. Against Eureka, he added 15 points, seven rebounds, and four assists. Through the first three games, Dixon is shooting 56.6 percent from the floor and 53.8 percent from 3-point range. 

David Langan
Langan recorded career highs in each game to open the year, as Wesley won its first three games. He had 25 points, 16 rebounds and four steals in the season opener vs. Mount St. Mary and followed with 26 points and nine boards in win at Johns Hopkins. Langan was perfect from the field for the second consecutive game in a win vs. Albright with 27 points, 14 rebounds, three assists, and three blocks. He made 22 consecutive shots from the field which is two off the Division III record.

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