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Simmons Earns Player Of The Week Honors

Women's Basketball
Simmons averaged 16.3 points and five rebounds on the week

Bridgeport, W.Va - Glenville State’s Kenyona Simmons has been named the Mountain East Conference Player of the Week after helping the Pioneers to three victories and securing the first MEC regular season championship.

Simmons, a senior forward from Dayton, Ohio, averaged 16.3 points and five rebounds on the week. She scored 14 points against both Fairmont State and Urbana, and then helped the Pioneers defeat Notre Dame College with 21 points and seven rebounds.

Other Top Performances
Kailee Howe (West Liberty) averaged 23 points, seven rebounds, 5.5 assists and 3.5 steals as the ‘Toppers extended their winning streak to nine games … Kate Francisco (Urbana) had 18 points and seven rebounds in a win over West Virginia Wesleyan … Sissy Wagner (Concord) had 19 points and four steals vs. West Virginia State … Hailey Garrett (Fairmont State) averaged 19.3 points and 10.3 rebounds in three games … Brittany Williams (West Virginia Wesleyan) contributed 13.5 points and six rebounds … Martha Nagbe (Notre Dame) had a double-double against Glenville State and led the Falcons with 14 points against WVWC … Jaila Bryant (Wheeling Jesuit) averaged 13 points and 13 rebounds in a 1-1 week for the Cards.

2013-14 Mountain East Conference Women’s Basketball
Players Of The Week
Date Player School
Feb. 17 Kenyona Simmons Glenville State
Feb. 10 Kailee Howe West Liberty
Feb. 3 Taylor Lubinsky Wheeling Jesuit
Jan. 27 Liz Flowers West Liberty
Jan. 20 Sissy Wagner Concord
Jan. 13 Keyanna Tate Glenville State
Jan. 6 Sissy Wagner Concord
  Martha Nagbe Notre Dame
Dec. 23 Ginny Mills Glenville State
Dec. 16 Breanna Butler Wheeling Jesuit
Dec. 9 DeVonyea Johnson Urbana
Dec. 2 Tasia Bristow Glenville State
Nov. 25 Kailee Howe West Liberty
Nov. 18 LeAnn Ross Charleston
Nov. 11 Lexy Carson West Virginia State
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