Team of the Week

Scoutware The Team of the Week presented by Scoutware is's weekly honor roll, in its 15th season of recognizing the top performance at each of the five positions from the previous week. This is the final Team of the Week of the 2011-12 season.

Men Pos. Women
Ben Wisniewski, Sr.
G Brittany Cohen, Sr.
Cortland State
Georgio Milligan, Sr.
Franklin and Marshall
G Jill Henrikson, Sr.
Ray Askew, Sr.
Albertus Magnus
F Alyssa Jensen, Sr.
Justin Hallowell, Sr.
F Callie Halama, Sr.
UW-Eau Claire
Travis Clark, Sr.
Lake Forest
C Kirsten Morrison, Fr.


Brittany Cohen
Cohen matched her career high with 28 points in Cortland's 76-66 win vs. Fredonia and scored 26 points in a six-point loss to SUNYAC regular-season champion Buffalo State. She handed out nine assists in a win over Brockport and seven assists in the win vs. Fredonia. She averaged 23.7 points and 6.7 assists per game during the 2-1 week for the Red Dragons.

Jill Henrikson
Henrikson was the lone player in double figures during a 53-37 win against Wesleyan, posting a game-high 22 points on 5-of-9 shooting (.556) and also a game-high 12 rebounds. She made all nine of her free throw attempts and stole the ball four times.

Alyssa Jensen
Jensen averaged a double-double with 18.0 points and 11.7 rebounds and set her career-high in points twice on the week as the Inferno went 2-1. She scored a team-high 19 points, shooting 4-of-6 from the 3-point arc, in a overtime win at Maranatha. In a victory at Marian she set her career highs in both points (22) and rebounds (16), saving the best for least in the final game of her career. Additionally she averaged 3.3 assists and 1.3 blocks in the three-game week.

Callie Halama
Halama helped the Blugolds to two wins as the Blugolds captured a share of the WIAC title for the first time since the 2007-08 season. In a 66-55 win over UW-Stevens Point on Senior Day, Halama led the Blugolds with 27 points and 13 rebounds, both of which were career-bests. Ten of her rebounds came on the offensive end. Halama played a key role in the second half as she scored 17 of her 27 points. Wednesday in a 75-48 win over UW-Platteville, Halama went 5-for-5 from the floor and 4-for-4 from the free throw line as she scored 14 points. She also pulled down six rebounds.

Kirsten Morrison
Morrison closed out one of the most dominant rookie regular seasons in program history by averaging 21.7 points per game in the Beacons' 2-1 week. She shot 26-for-51 from the field and 66.7% from the line (14-for-21) and averaged 10.0 rebounds per game for the second straight week. Defensively she combined for five steals and one block.


Ben Wisniewski
Wisniewski led the Eagles in both points (23.5) and assists (4.0) for the week. He scored 35 points in 40 minutes counting the second half of the Concordia (Wis.) game and the first half of the Concordia Chicago game.

Georgio Milligan
Milligan averaged 26.5 points per game in a 2-0 week for the Diplomats. His week was highlighted with a 27-point performance in a 71-63 victory over Johns Hopkins. Milligan became the all-time leading scorer in F&M history on Saturday and currently has 1,807 career points.

Ray Askew
Askew led the Falcons to a 2-0 week as they finished the regular season on a 19-game win streak and became the first team to run the table in the GNAC. Askew averaged 28.5 points and 12.5 rebounds per game on the week as he tallied 35 points and a season-high 20 rebounds in the Falcons' 14-point win at Johnson and Wales.

Justin Hallowell
Hallowell became the North Coast Athletic Conference's career three-point leader (now at 287 made), while producing a double-double of 28 points and 10 rebounds against Allegheny. He matched his career high with eight three-pointers. Hallowell also led Wooster with 22 points Saturday, despite being limited to 24 minutes due to foul trouble, as he averaged 25.0 points for the week, including 12-of-17 three-point shooting (.706).

Travis Clark
Clark earned game-high honors in points and rebounds in both games and assists against Knox. He averaged 26 points, 13 rebounds and 2.5 assists in a two-game week, with only 32 of the 52 points coming in a game with Grinnell.