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Women’s Athlete of the Week: Amber Shepherd

Women’s Athlete of the Week: Amber Shepherd

We award the Female Athlete of the Week honor to forward Amber Shepherd. The senior from Hueysville, KY, was the difference maker in leading her club to a River States Conference victory. In the 69-56 win over Indiana University Southeast, Shepherd was on fire all...
Men’s Athlete of the Week: Jake Allen

Men’s Athlete of the Week: Jake Allen

We award the Male Athlete of the Week honor to forward Jake Allen. In the lone River State Conference match-up, the junior from London, KY, was a one-man wrecking crew. In the thrilling 97-94 2OT victory over the Brescia University Bearcats, Allen’s play was critical...
Women’s Athlete of the Week: Amber Shepherd

Women’s Athlete of the Week: Amber Shepherd

We award the Female Athlete of the Week honor to forward Amber Shepherd. The senior from Hueysville, KY, was the difference in the second half in leading her club to a RSC Conference victory. In the 77-65 win over Brescia University, Shepherd overcame a slow start to...
Women’s Athlete of the Week: Sara Robinson

Women’s Athlete of the Week: Sara Robinson

We award the Female Athlete of the Week honor to forward Sara Robinson. The junior from Manchester, Kentucky was a workhorse in the clubs two conference matchups. In the 60-80 setback at Cincinnati Christian, Robinson’s play was inspiring as she knocked in 15 points...

Men’s Athlete of the Week: Blake Smith

We award the Male Athlete of the Week honor to guard Blake Smith. In two road River State Conference matchups, the freshman from Manchester, Kentucky helped lead the Eagles to a split for the week.  In the 67-62 victory over Cincinnati Christian, Smith’s play was...
Men’s Athlete of the Week: Jake Allen

Men’s Athlete of the Week: Jake Allen

We award the Male Athlete of the Week honor to Jake Allen. The junior forward from London, Kentucky was the Eagles leading scorer in their lone game last week. In Nashville, Tennessee, against Welch University, he tossed in 10 points in the 62-69...