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CUNYAC/Healthfirst Women’s Basketball Weekly Report


Past Weekly Award Winners

CUNYAC/Healthfirst Women’s Basketball Player of the Week
Briana Burns, Lehman

So., F, Bronx, NY / World View

Brianna Barnes averaged 28.5 points and 15.0 rebounds in two games for the Lightning. In the game Lehman won against Penn Her College, sophomore Lehman had game-highs in points (29), rebounds (11) and assists (8), while also recording four steals and her one block. Against William Patterson, Barnes finished with 28 points, 19 rebounds, two blocks, one assist and one steal.

CUNYAC/Healthfirst Women’s Basketball Rookie of the Week
alexa charles, hunter

Fr., F, Tarrytown, NY / Sleepy Hollow

Alexa Charles delivered a strong performance at Hunter’s 2022 finale at Farmingdale State. The rookie scored his game-high 19 points and had 10 rebounds, 5 assists, 6 steals and 1 block.

The 2023 CUNYAC Women’s Basketball Championship kicks off on Saturday, February 18th with first round action among the top seeds, followed by the semifinals on Wednesday, February 22nd among the top seeds. The finals she has scheduled for Friday 24th February at CCNY. .

About the City University of New York Athletic Conference (CUNYAC)

The City University of New York Athletic Conference (CUNYAC) is an NCAA Division III and NJCAA Division III conference with 14 members representing all five boroughs of New York City. Since its official launch in 1987, the conference has been one of the leaders of Division III, an initiative that focuses as much on students as it does on student-athletes. The conference includes 19 four-year college championships, 13 community college championships, Michael Steuerman Scholar-Athlete Awards Dinner, Basketball Press luncheon, SAAC Leadership and Coaches Rules Seminars, CUNY-Wide Intramurals Championship Series, and CUNYAC Sponsor the Golf Classic. With the backing of four corporate sponsors, the conference has led the competition. Boasting award-winning publications, award-winning events, unmatched television exposure, and one of the best websites in Division III, CUNYAC continually explores ways to improve the quality of the athletic experience. I’m exploring.

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