High school students who participate in sports may benefit from attending a college or university that offers an extensive athletics program. For example, numerous basketball players from Bloomfield College in New Jersey have received notoriety for their abilities.
Guard Vanessa Lamison was named Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACC) Player of the Week, as a result of her impressive performance in several games. Lamison lead her team, the Lady Deacons, in points per game with an average of 17.5, in addition to 10 rebounds and 4.5 steals during victories over conference rivals.
She scored 20 points and 13 rebounds during a game in which the school earned a team record. Lamison has led the CACC in total steals and steals per game. She also reached 13th in the league in scoring.
"We are very excited that Vanessa has received this award," said Jerry Wimberly, head coach. "She has had an outstanding season to this point, and it's great to see her start to get the recognition she deserves. She is a big part of why we have been successful up until this point, and I have no doubt she'll close out the season on a strong note."
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