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Knights of the Week

In Uncategorized on February 16, 2009 at 1:50 am

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page811Kim Milligan ’10

Women’s Basketball

In a 1-2 week for the Knights, Kim Milligan stepped up for a team playing two games minus their leading scorer Caitlin Sparks, and averaged 16.3 ppg, 6 points above her season aveage (10.3), 8 rebounds, four above her (4.1) season mark and captured 6 steals and blocked 2 shots to lead her squad.  Milligan opened the week with her best balanced collegiate outing, nailing 18 points and hauling in 17 rebounds in a 73-59 win over The College of Notre Dame, before scoring 14 at Albright and 17 against #11 Messiah to end the week.   She has scored in double figures in ten games this season.

page8johnJohn Konieczny  ’09
Men’s Swimming

In his final collegiate home meet, team captain John Konieczny left it all in the pool.  To open their meet against Lebanon Valley, Konieczny helped his relaymates to a 1st place win in the 200 Medley before pulling out a dominating victory in his final regular season individual heat, the 500 Free.  Konieczny’s perfect start allowed him to outstride his nearest opponent, eventually outmuscling his second place opponent by 8 seconds to win (5:31.24), closing out his career with individual and relay wins.

page8jasonJason Sharpe ’11
Men’s Swimming

Jason Sharpe helped his team to open their final home meet with a 1st place win in the 200 Medley Relay,  victorious by more than two seconds to second place Lebanon Valley College.  Sharpe, who anchored the final leg of the relay, went right back to work in the 1000 Free and out-performed the Arcadia program record in that event by .26, setting a new school record of 11:17.65.

page8blackKhalief Trawick ’12
Men’s Basketball

In a 1-1 week for the Knights in Commonwealth action, Khalief Trawick averaged 16 ppg, nearly double above his season average (8.6) and helped the Knights earn a vital league win over Messiah College, positioning the team into a four-way tie for fourth place in the standings.  Trawick drained 4 free throws in the final :27 of play against the Falcons to help seal the 70-62 win behind a 14 point-7 rebound afternoon.  In a loss at Albright earlier in the week, Trawick led the Knights with 18 points on 7-8 shooting and perfection from beyond the three point arc.

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