Holy Cross’ Barlow named CCAC Women’s Basketball POTW

by | Dec 3, 2018 | Headlines | 0 comments

CHICAGO — Back-to-back double-doubles by Holy Cross College’s Kaelyn Barlow (Argos, Ind.) have earned the 6-3 junior guard Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference Women’s Basketball Player of the Week accolades for the seven-day period from Nov. 19-25, it was announced on Wednesday by the league office.

Barlow opened the week with a 10-point, 17-rebound effort in a 59-56 conference win over Indiana University South Bend last Tuesday, where she also collected three blocks and two assists.  Four days later, the 6-3 junior guard produced another 13 points and 11 rebounds in a 67-42 throttling of Madonna University (MIch.) on Saturday.

For the two games combined, Barlow averaged 11.5 points and 14.0 rebounds per contest, while shooting .550 from the field.

The perfect 2-0 week bumped Holy Cross’ record up to 4-6 on the season.

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