The second weekend of inter-divisional games between the Northern and Southern Division has yielded the Player-of-the-Week honorees for the week of play ending on December 10.
MCAC Player-of-the-Week, Northern Division:
Vermillion Community College
Lewis averaged 24.5 points per game in contests against RCTC and Western Technical College. He was particularly strong from behind the arc, going 13-of-23 from three-point territory. In addition to a hot shooting hand, the sophomore from Minneapolis averaged 3.5 assists and 10.5 rebounds a game.
Lewis and Vermilion will take to the court next when they play Oak Hills College on December 12 at 7pm.
MCAC Player-of-the-Week, Southern Division:
The sophomore guard from Bloomington was 28-of-53 from the field over two games, averaging more than 24 point a contest. He was almost perfect from the charity stripe, knocking down 14-of-15 free throws. Turner averaged 5.5 rebounds and 3 assists over the two games as well.
RCTC plays on December 11 at 7:30pm against the JV team of Bethany Lutheran College.
For more on MCAC Men's Basketball during the 2017-18 season, please visit:
Player Statistics: http://www.mcacsports.org/sports/mbkb/2017-18/leaders
Division Standings: http://www.mcacsports.org/sports/mbkb/2017-18/standings
Upcoming Contests & Recent Results: http://www.mcacsports.org/sports/mbkb/2017-18/schedule
To Follow Minnesota College Athletic Conference sports in 2017, please go to: www.mcacsports.org
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