NCAA LINES OF THE WEEK

Adut Bulgak (Edmonton, Alberta) Junior Center – Florida State Seminoles

Adut has been a crucial component to Florida State’s success this year. She continued to be a dominant presence during the Seminoles three wins against Wake Forest, Georgia Tech and Syracuse - averaging 12.3 PPG, 11.6 RPG and 2.0 BPG. Her brightest game of the week was against Wake Forest when she scored 15 points to go along with 10 rebounds, 2 blocks and one steal. Adut hopes to continue her consistent play into the Seminoles’ next game against Miami on Sunday.

Jamie Weisner (Clarkson, Washington) Junior Guard – Oregon State Beavers

Jamie Weisner has been on a tear these past few weeks, leading her Beavers to 10-straight victories. With wins over USC and UCLA, Weisner managed to average 19.5 PPG and 5.5 RPG with a 53% shooting percentage from behind the arc. Her scoring ability was on display against USC when she netted 21 points, grabbed 4 rebounds and dished out 2 assists in a 68-35 victory. The Beavers and Jamie hope to keep pouring in the buckets against Washington on Friday.

Nirra Fields (Montreal, Quebec) Junior Guard – UCLA Bruins

The Montreal native, Nirra Fields, has played consistently well all season long. This past week against California, Oregon and Oregon State, Nirra averaged 15.0 PPG, 3.6 RPG and 3.0 SPG. In a loss against California, Nirra had her highlight game of the week by scoring 19 points, snatching 6 rebounds and snagging 3 steals. Nirra and her Bruins hope to shake off some tough losses against Colorado on Friday night at home.

Dyshawn Pierre (Whitby, Ontario) Junior Forward – Dayton Flyers

Dyshawn has been on fire all year. His Flyers split their two games last week against UMASS and Fordham, but Dyshawn managed to consistently average solid numbers – 13.5 PPG, 9.5 RPG and 5.0 APG with a 100% free-throw percentage. His best game of the week came against Fordham when he nailed 20 points to go along with 6 rebounds, 3 assists and a steal in a 101-77 win. Dyshawn and Dayton bring their talents to South D.C. to play George Washington on Friday night.

Olivier Hanlan (Aylmer, Quebec) Junior Shooting Guard – Boston College Eagles

Olivier has been a constant contributor for the Eagles this season. Although the Eagles lost two straight games against Louisville and Clemson this past week, Olivier averaged 13.0 PPG, 7.0 APG and 3.0 RPG. Through some tough losses, Olivier continues to be a positive for Boston College. He shined the brightest against Clemson this week where he scored 15 points, dished out 5 assists and grabbed 4 rebounds while chipping in with a steal. Boston College and Olivier hope to get back in the win column against Notre Dame Wednesday.

Kyle Wiltjer (Portland, Oregon) Junior Forward – Gonzaga Bulldogs

The Bulldogs have risen to #2 on the NCAA Rankings due in large part to Canadian sharpshooter, Kyle Wiltjer. The junior forward had a solid week against Portland and Memphis where he averaged 13.0 PPG together with 5.0 RPG and 1.5 APG. His most dynamic game was when the Bulldogs played Memphis. Kyle scored 15 points to go along with 7 rebounds, an assist and a block in an 82-64 victory. Gonzaga and Kyle go up against Santa Clara on Thursday night.