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FOOD LION PLAYERS OF THE WEEK
For the week ending January 16, 2023
FOOD LION MEN’S PLAYER OF THE WEEK
#23 Robert Osborne, Virginia Union
(Sr., 6-5 Forward – Richmond, VA)
Robert Osborne guided the Panthers to a 2-0 record last week, averaging 24.5 points and eight rebounds a game while shooting 64 percent from the field. In an 84-61 victory over St. Augustine’s, the senior posted team-high totals of 22 points and 10 rebounds and made 10 of 13 field goals. On Saturday, the Richmond, VA native dropped a game-high 27 points with six boards and four assists to lead Virginia Union over Virginia State in the Freedom Classic, 77-69.
FOOD LION MEN’S DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK
#24 Amadou Faye, Elizabeth City State
(So., 6-11 Forward – Dakar, Senegal)
Amadou Faye tallied 17 total rebounds, nine blocks, and two steals in two conference games last week. In the 95-90 win on the road against Shaw, the sophomore racked up a season-high 14 rebounds with seven blocks and a steal. The Dakar, Senegal native also scored nine points against the Bears. Versus Winston-Salem State, the six-foot-11 forward added two blocks and a steal.
FOOD LION MEN’S ROOKIE OF THE WEEK
#15 Nemo Johnson, Saint Augustine’s
(Fr, 6-6 Guard – Baton Rouge, LA)
Nemo Johnson averaged 16.5 points, 10 rebounds, and four blocks while shooting 60 percent (15-of-25) from the field in two league games last week. Against Virginia Union, the freshman registered new season-highs with 21 points and seven blocks, and he added 11 rebounds while making 9-of-14 field goals. The Baton Rouge, LA native tallied 12 points, nine boards, two steals, and a block versus Winston-Salem State.
FOOD LION WOMEN’S PLAYER OF THE WEEK
#4 Ciani Montgomery, Lincoln (PA)
(So., 5-6 Guard – Philadelphia, PA)
Ciani Montgomery averaged 17 points, 5.5 rebounds, 5 assists, and two steals per game while leading the Lions to conference victories over Bowie State and Claflin. In the 83-62 win over the Bulldogs, the sophomore finished with team-high totals of 18 points, four steals, and three assists, while adding four rebounds and going six-of-eight from the field. 18 points also represents a career-high for the Philadelphia, PA native. In the 71-64 defeat of the Panthers, the five-foot-six guard scored 16 points and registered new career-highs with seven rebounds and seven assists.
FOOD LION WOMEN’S DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK
#0 Anyssa Fields, Lincoln (PA)
(So., 6-0 Forward – Long Branch, NJ)
Last week, Anyssa Fields averaged 18 points, eight rebounds, and two steals per game. In the 71-64 win over Claflin, the Long Branch, NJ native scored a game-high 22 points with nine boards, four assists, three steals, and a block. Against Bowie State, the sophomore had 14 points, seven rebounds, and a steal for a 83-62 victory.
FOOD LION WOMEN’S ROOKIE OF THE WEEK
#2 Kayiona Willis, Lincoln (PA)
(r-Fr., 5-3 Guard – Detroit, MI)
In the 83-62 win over Bowie State last week, Kayiona Willis finished with 14 points on five-of-eight shooting as a reserve for the Lions. 14 points by the redshirt freshman from Detroit, MI were tied for second-most on the team.