NCAA LINES OF THE WEEK
Daniel Mullings (Toronto, ON)- Jr. Guard- New Mexico St. Aggies
On Saturday night, Mullings eclipsed a new career-high in points- getting to an astounding 32 versus UTPA. The junior guard also chipped in with 6 rebounds, 3 steals and 1 assist. The young Canadian will hope to build off this spectacular performance in their game when the Aggies take on Bakersfield on Thursday night.
Kaili Lukan (Barrie, ON) Soph. Guard- Green Bay Phoenix
Over the weekend, Ontario native Kaili Lukan posted her 4th 20+ points game in the last five Horizon League contests. She finished the night versus Wright State with 23 points, 4 assists, 2 rebounds and 2 steals- going 9-15 from the floor and 5-7 from the charity stripe. That performance, and several beforehand, earned Lukan Horizon League Player of the Week honors.
Kevin Pangos (Newmarket, ON) Jr. Guard- Gonzaga Bulldogs
The Canadian PG out of Newmarket, ON has led the Bulldogs to an 18-3 record. Gonzaga has won their last four games, and Pangos is a big part of that, as he continues to be a commanding floor general this season. On January 25th, Pangos went off for 24 points, 7 assists and 4 rebounds versus BYU. He looks to continue his and the Bulldogs hot-streak tonight against Santa Clara.
Kim Pierre-Louis (Ottawa, ON) Jr. Forward- UMass Minutewomen
Pierre-Louis was a menace on the glass Saturday night, pulling down 10 rebounds to go along with her 17 points and 2 steals against Fordham. The UMass forward notched her second consecutive double-double and improved her team-leading scoring and rebounding averages in Atlantic 10 games to 15.1 points and 7.1 boards per contest with her efforts against the Rams.
Jason Calliste (Scarborough, ON) Sr. Guard- Oregon Ducks
The Oregon Duck and senior guard out of Scarborough, ON currently holds the best three-point percentage in the nation at 55.6%. Calliste is lights out from beyond the arc and showed it in a dominating victory over Washington State on Sunday night. In the first half of that game, Calliste took over offensively, going 6-6 from the floor and 2-2 from three-point land. He finished with 20 points, 3 rebounds and 1 assist.
Felicia Wijenberg (Maple Ridge, BC) Sr. Forward- San Diego Toreros
This is turning into a breakout season for Wijenberg as she continues to improve her numbers. The senior began 2014 with a season-high 28 points versus Portland and has steadily been keeping up her scoring and rebounding. Last Thursday, she posted 16 points, 9 rebounds, 1 assist and 1 steal against Santa Clara.