Men's BasketballUKC Blue Devils Men's Basketball54vs.MSVU Mystics Men's Basketball101
Sunday Feb 23
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Sunday Feb 23
ACAA ATHLETES OF THE WEEK
March 3, 2014
Athlete : Alvin Parker
Holland College Basketball
Program: Sport and Leisure Management
Home Town: Baltimore , Maryland
Parker, a guard from Baltimore, Maryland, USA played a key role in the Hurricanes ACAA Championship victory this past weekend; this was their second straight ACAA Championship.On Friday the Hurricanes took on the UKC Blue Devils in a quarter-final game which seen Parker score 15 points en route to a 105-59 victory. The Hurricanes continued to roll in Saturday’s semi-final game versus the second ranked MSVU Mystics, going on to win 87-68; Parker would score 15 points in the game and had six rebounds.In Sunday’s championship game, their third game in three days, Alvin scored 28 points to lead the Hurricanes to an 88-74 victory over the top ranked Crandall Chargers to earn their second straight ACAA Championship. Parker was also named to the ACAA’s 1st Team All-Star team on Friday night at the annual ACAA basketball awards banquet.
Athlete: Kelly Vass
St. Thomas UniversityBasketball Program: BA
Year: 3rd Hometown: Moncton NB
Kelly Vass, a third-year from Moncton, NB, was a standout for the Tommies this weekend at the 2014 ACAA Basketball Championships. The guard racked up 29 points, 13 rebounds, three assists and eight steals in two games played and was given player of the game honours in the Tommies’ 66-49 win over the Holland College Hurricanes for their fourth consecutive ACAA championship. Vass was also named ACAA Defensive Player of the Year and an ACAA first team all-star at the championship banquet Friday night.