Central Lakes & RCTC claim Weekly honors

Central Lakes & RCTC claim Weekly honors

Rochester, Mn-

The following student-athletes have been recognized as Players-of-the-Week in the Minnesota College Athletic Conference in men's basketball for the week of November 20-26. 

Northern Division Co-Player Of the Week:


   Various Wilson



Indianapolis, IN

  Central Lakes College                          

Freshman forward Various Wilson connected for 24 points for the Raiders in their lone game before the Thanksgiving break, helping CLC win 77-70.   He collected six rebounds along the way and dished out two assists. 


Central Lakes and Wilson will travel to Leech Lake Tribal College for a road contest on Tuesday, November 28


Southern Division Player-of-the-Week: 



Jumah'Ri Turner



Bloomington, MN

Rochester CTC 


In a loss to Madison College, Turner  hit for 26 points and eight rebounds for RCTC, en route to his second consequetive POW honor. He also tallied an assist on the night, while shooting 8-16 from the field, including 4-8 from three point territory. 

Turner and his Rochester CTC teammates will see the JV team of Gustavus Adolfus College on Tuesday, November, 28.                               


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