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Claudia Anderson named Week 10 Athlete of the Week



Claudia Anderson Led all Wesmen with 13 points and chipped in a game-high 7 rebounds and an assist in a 63-48 loss to the Providence University College Pilots, earning her Week 10 Athlete of the week Honours.

The Wesmen have been hard pressed to find a win this season, still sitting without any points and an 0-8 record. But perhaps the play of Anderson's gutsy rebounding is something for the Wesmen to build on in the last stretch of 2015/16 season.
Anderson added 10 more boards to her total of 28 this season against PUC on January 19th. The Wesmen are still hunting for their first win of the season when they're hosted by Red River College on January 30th.

Jacob Penner named Week 10 Athlete of the Week



Jacob Penner is a large part of the reason the Canadian Mennonite University Blazers were so competitive in the first half of the season. Standing at 6'8" with feet that can really move, his body positioning and passion that he shows on the court make him not only a Week 10 Athlete of the Week, but he could be a force during his time spent in the MCAC. Currently in his rookie season, Penner posted 25 points, 5 rebounds, 1 steal and 1 block in a Blazers's Week 10 redemption over the U of W, handing the Wesmen their first loss of the season.



“I feel like I had a pretty good game, my teammates supported me really well”, says Penner.
"When they threw a 2-3 zone on us, it surprised us pretty good. They went on an 8-0 run there that kinda scared us but coach called a timeout, drew up a couple plays and we kind of relaxed again and played our game". And as far as this being Penner's first season in the MCAC, Penner says so far, so good playing with CMU's John Hayter, another standout player in the MCAC. "John is an excellent player, I'm blessed to play on a team with him. I'm loving it in my first year and I'm getting a feel for playing with him. "
CMU head coach, Billy Isaac, believes that when Penner can control his emotions, he is a very big threat on the floor. “He’s playing great. He’s a presence inside and I think he’s learning to play a lot more with his feet and less with his hands”, says CMU head coach, Billy Isaac.
Penner and the Blazers now sit 3rd in the MCAC rankings with a 3-5 record among a very competitive field. Their next game is on January 30th against the Providence University Colllege Pilots.

Amber Harms named Week 9 Athlete of the Week



Amber Harms of the Providence University College women’s basketball team put on a double feature in Week 9. In the Pilots’ 50-44 win over the University of Winnipeg, the 5'9" forward out-rebounded her point total by grabbing 12 boards and posting 11 points. Three days later against Canadian Mennonite University, Harms put up another double-double of 10 points and 12 boards in a losing cause as the Pilots fell to the Blazers 69-38.

PUC head coach, Joel Coursey, knows what to expect from his forward after last season.

“Amber is a very valuable second year player for us. Amber is hardworking with a strong understanding of the game. I think she is going to have a great season for us.” No other Pilot has logged more minutes or scored as many points as Harms so far this season, who is averaging 8 points and more more than 10 rebounds per game.

The Pilot's record now sits at .500 with a 4 - 4 record, sharing second place in the MCAC with Red River College. They'll take on the Rebels next as they're hosted by them on January 29th.

Matthew Thomas Named Week 9 Athlete of the Week

A 6' guard in his fourth year studying arts at The University of Winnipeg, Matthew Thomas is an MCAC Athlete of the Week for Week 9. In the third game of the University of Winnipeg’s Mens basketball season, Thomas earned himself honours as he helped the Wesmen beat the Canadian Mennonite University Blazers, 59-46. Thomas posted 13 points, 5 rebounds, 5 steals and 2 assists and has proven to be invaluable to the Wesmen’s success this season. So far Thomas has shot the ball at a 44% clip averaging nearly 15 points a game, including making all but 2 of his 15 free throws attempted. He also holds the Wesmen's second-most defensive rebounds on the season despite playing the point. Thomas' stocky build makes him a relentless defender as well as a very difficult guard to win rebounds and loose balls from.

The Wesmen are currently tied for first place in the MCAC with Providence University College, who they will face next on January 27th.