WACBA Women’s Basketball Honor Roll (Tuesday, January 28th, 2020)


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Another week of college basketball in the Worcester area is in the books, which means it is time to unveil our eighth Worcester Area College Basketball Association (WACBA) Women’s Honor Roll for the 2019-20 season.

Noontime Sports is proud to partner with WACBA for the seventh consecutive season to host the weekly honor roll, which will be seen every Tuesday throughout the current college basketball season. Each week, we will select a player and rookie of the week, as well as highlight various milestones, too.

Fans of Worcester college basketball are encouraged to follow @WACBAHoops on Twitter for scores, news and more. 

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Anna Maria College’s Amber Wilson was named the WACBA Women’s Player of the Week for the second-straight week. (PHOTO COURTESY: Anna Maria College Athletics)

Women’s Player of the Week: Amber Wilson (Anna Maria College | Jr. | New York, N.Y.): In a pair of games last week for the AMCATs, Wilson averaged a double-double of 28 points and 11 rebounds to go with four-and-a-half assists and two blocks. She began the week by scoring a team-high 25 points against Suffolk University of 8 of 17 shooting to go with seven rebounds (all defensive caroms), one assist, and one block. Four days later against Lasell University, the third-year forward came close to recording a triple-double with 31 points, 15 rebounds, and eight assists while recording three blocks and two steals.

Nichols College first-year Alexis Finnerty averaged 19.5 points in a pair of games last week for the Bison. (PHOTO COURTESY: Brian Foley)

Women’s Rookie of the Week: Alexis Finnerty (Nichols College | Fr. | Chester, Conn.): Finnerty averaged 19.5 points per game this past week as the Bison went 1-1 in Commonwealth Coast Conference (CCC) action. Finnerty started the week off strong with a 17-point effort against Salve Regina to go along with five assists and four rebounds. The Chester, Connecticut native followed that performance up with a 22-point effort against Wentworth as the Bison took the season sweep with a 78-62 final. Finnerty added six assists and four rebounds in the game. She is now averaging a team-best 15.9 points per game this season.

Cassidy Harrison became the second Becker College women’s basketball player to reach 1,000 points last week. (PHOTO COURTESY: BECKER COLLEGE ATHLETICS)

Women’s Basketball Milestone: Cassidy Harrison (Becker College | Sr. | Foxborough, Mass.): Harrison had a week for the ages, averaging 23.3 points per game on 46.4 percent shooting over three games with 4.7 steals, 4.0 rebounds, and 2.3 assists. The senior captain opened the week by leading the Hawks to a 70-56 win at Elms College. Then on Thursday, Harrison exploded for 32 points (matching a career-high) in Becker’s upset-bid at New England College. During the game, Harrison became just the second Hawk in the history of the program to reach 1,500 career points, reaching the milestone on a two-point jumper with 6:06 to go in the second quarter. Finally, on Saturday, Harrison led the Hawks with 24 points as the team cruised to a 78-49 win over Bay Path. At press time, Harrison ranked eighth in the nation among all active players in career points.

Women’s WACBA Honor Roll | Tuesday, January 28th, 2020

Brianna Capacchione (Assumption College | Senior | Washington Township, N.J.): Capacchione was influential for Assumption last week averaging 19.5 points and 4.5 rebounds while shooting 43.8 percent from the floor, 52.9 percent from three and 100.0 percent from the foul line. At Adelphi, Capacchione led the Hounds with 13 points and six rebounds and went 3-for-6 from beyond the arc. In Assumption’s win over New Haven, the senior tied her career-high 26 points and went 9-for-18 from the floor and 6-for-11 from beyond the arc.

Sarah Blomgren (Worcester State | So.| Lunenburg, Mass.): Worcester State sophomore Sarah Blomgren averaged 13 points per game last week as the Lancers went 2-0 in conference play. Blomgren shot lights out 9-for-11 (82 percent) from the floor in both games while averaging seven rebounds per game.

Fans of Worcester college basketball are encouraged to follow @WACBAHoops on Twitter for scores, news and more. 


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