PRINCE GIADOLOR OF THE UNIVERSITY OF DALLAS, a sophomore guard from Rockwall, Texas, has been named the SCAC Men's Basketball Player of the Week for games played through Sunday, December 4th.
Giadolor had a huge performance the Crusaders' victory over Southwestern Adventist with
24 points, eight rebounds, four steals, and six assists to lead the team.
Giadolor's career-high point total was driven by 90 percent (9-10) shooting from the field, 2-for-2 from three, and 4-for-5 at the free throw line. He made his first nine field goals and had 18 points at halftime to lift UD to a 51-22 edge.
Other outstanding performances in the SCAC:
Senior guard Brian Baehl of Austin College had a strong all-around game in Austin College's lone contest during the week, scoring 18 points while grabbing six rebounds and dishing out five assists in an 80-72 loss to Jarvis Christian. Freshman forward Cedric Harris of Centenary helped Centenary rally from a 17-point deficit to nearly knock off Ozarks in Arkansas on
Thursday night, scoring a career-best 26 on 11-for-15 shooting night before recording 11 points at NCAA Division I Stephen F. Austin. Junior forward Ryan Ogden of Southwestern posted 18 points on 54.5% shooting and 10 rebounds in the Pirates' win over Howard Payne Tuesday. Junior forward Matthew Gillette of Texas Lutheran averaged 13.5 points and 14.0 rebounds per game as the Bulldogs went 1-1 during a two-game stretch in Conway, Ark. Gillette shot 57.9% from the field and made all five of his free throw attempts. Junior forward Jayden Holden of Trinity averaged 8.5 points on 61.5% shooting and three rebounds per game to earn a spot on the All-Tournament Team of the Lee Fulmer Memorial Classic Tournament over the weekend.
|SCAC Men's Basketball Players-of-the-Week|
|Week 1||Sterling Holmes, Texas Lutheran University
|Week 2||James Sapp, Centenary College
|Week 3||Prince Giadolor, University of Dallas|