Sinclair Schroeder named OCCAC Women’s Basketball Player of the Week

Sinclair Schroeder named OCCAC Women’s Basketball Player of the Week

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Sinclair Schroeder named OCCAC Women’s Basketball Player of the Week

November 27, 2017

By Kyle Kuhlman/OCCAC Sports Information

SPRINGFIELD, Ohio – As conference season starts to heat up in the coming days, the fourth Basketball Player of the Week awards of the season were released on Monday (Nov. 27). Amanda Schroeder (Sinclair) and Wade Lowman (Cuyahoga) brought home the D-II accolades while Lorain County’s Angel Blakely and Jake Schultz snagged the D-III laurels.  

AMANDA SCHROEDER
Sinclair Community College
Freshman power forward

Amanda Schroeder (6-00/FR – Carroll H.S.) nearly outscored Ohio State-Lima single-handedly in the Tartan Pride’s 100-39 dominance, notching 32 points of her own. She converted on 14-of-24 field goal attempts while further stuffing the stat sheet with four steals, three rebounds and two blocks. This marks the first career OCCAC Player of the Week honor for the freshman from Dayton, Ohio.

Sinclair is off to a 5-2 start and 1-0 in the OCCAC.  The Pride will host conference rival Hocking College on Wednesday night at 5:30 in Building 8 Arena and travel to Columbus State on Saturday.