Team of the Week is D3hoops.com's weekly honor roll, in its 13th season
of recognizing the top performance at each of the five positions from the
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Diloo Brown, Sr.
||Brittney Chappron, Jr.
Kameron Bell, Sr.
||Chelsie Schweers, Jr.
Mike Bradley, So.
||Jessica Laing, Sr.
Eli Londo, Sr.
||Julia Baily, Sr.
Michael McClary, Jr.
||Chrissy Kilmurray, Jr.
New York University
Chappron set a school single-game record with seven three-pointers in an 83-69 win over Salem State. She scored a career-high 34 points in the win. Chappron was 17-for-24 from the floor, 7-for-10 from three-point range and 6-for-7 from the line.
Schweers scored a career-high 40 points in an 86-60 win over Methodist and added 35 in a 77-60 win over Greensboro, both in USA South action. She shot 27-for-41 from the floor (66 percent) and 14-for-23 from three-point range (61 percent).
Laing averaged 23 points and 12 rebounds per game in two home SUNYAC wins for Cortland. She scored 22 points and grabbed 16 rebounds Friday in a 79-60 win vs. Fredonia for her 12th double-double of the season. She finished with 24 points and eight rebounds the following afternoon in a 74-47 win over Buffalo State.
Tufts defeated No. 25 Colby on Friday and No. 13 Bowdoin on Saturday for two key NESCAC wins. With leading scorer Colleen Hart scoring just 13 points combined in the two games, Baily was a key offensively, scoring 20 points with nine rebounds against Colby, then 16 points with nine rebounds (four offensive) against Bowdoin. She shot 13-for-24 from the floor, 10-for-11 from the line.
Kilmurray recorded a pair of double-doubles and averaged 12.5 points, 14.5 rebounds and 3.5 blocks as the Violets split a weekend UAA doubleheader. She scored 14 points, and added career highs of 18 rebounds and six blocked shots, as NYU defeated Emory 59-55, for its first UAA win. Two days later, Kilmurray contributed 11 points and 11 rebounds for her sixth double-double this season in the Violets' 63-59 loss to Rochester.
Brown led SUNYIT to a 3-0 week, averaging 19 points, 7.7 assists, five rebounds and three steals per contest while making 13 three-pointers and shooting 53 percent from the field. Brown opened the week with 15 points, a game-high nine assists, seven rebounds and two steals in a 76-42 victory over crosstown rival Utica and followed that up with 11 points, a game-best eight assists, four boards and two steals in just 27 minutes of play during a lopsided 79-49 victory over Penn State-Berks.
Bell recorded a triple-double with 20 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists in a 93-67 SLIAC win against Principia. He started the week with a 35-point, 11-rebound effort in Eureka's 109-105 overtime win at Blackburn, the 1,000th win in school history.
Bradley helped improve the Warriors to 15-2 on the season with wins against Elizabethtown (89-74) and Alvernia (83-73 on the road). The Warriors are 8-0 on the road, and riding an eight-game overall win streak. Bradley shot 80.9 percent (17-for-21) from the field, including 11-of-13 at Alvernia, while also grabbing 16 rebounds.
Londo posted back-to-back double-doubles in points and rebounds and averaged 5.5 blocks in two games as Scranton snapped a three-game losing streak and swept a conference homestand. He had 21 points and 8 blocks--both career-highs--and pulled down a game-high 11 rebounds in an 80-62 win against Catholic.
In a 65-64 overtime loss to Adrian, McClary scored 27 points and grabbed 16 rebounds for his 30th collegiate double-double. In a 74-57 win against Alma, he had 24 points (on 12-of-15 shooting), six rebounds and two blocks to break Olivet's career blocks record.
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