Team of the Week

Scoutware The Team of the Week presented by Scoutware is's weekly honor roll, in its 18th season of recognizing the top performance at each of the five positions from the previous week.

Men Pos. Women
Tavon Sledge, Sr.
Albertus Magnus
G Bridget Rothert, Jr.
Lebanon Valley
Jack Taylor, Sr.
G Cailin Schmeer, Jr.
Aaron Walton-Moss, Sr.
G/F Tess Godheart, Sr.
North Central
Karl Agenor, Jr.
F Hannah McGinnis, Sr.
Illinois College
Tommy Fernitz, Sr.
C Kristen Schulz, Sr.
Wisconsin Lutheran
Games of Nov. 15-23, 2014


Bridget Rothert
Rothert led the Flying Dutchmen to a 3-0 week. Two nights after dropping 14 points on Misericordia, Rothert netted a career-high 31 points, drained a program-record seven three-pointers, and pulled-in eight rebounds in a tournament victory over Eastern. She followed it up with 11 points and seven assists in the tournament final. She averaged 17.8 points, 7.8 rebounds and 4.4 assists per contest while shooting 40 percent from beyond the arc.

Cailin Schmeer
Schmeer shot 83% in a 2-0 week, averaging 22.5 points on 19-for-23 shoot. She made 10 of 11 shots (91%) vs. Western New England and nine of 12 with 23 points vs. St. Joseph with 22 points in the title game.

Tess Godheart
Godheart set the school single-game record with 40 points on 12-for-19 shooting and 15-of-20 shooting from the line. She averaged 27.0 points, 8.5 rebounds and 2.5 steals in a 2-0 week, shooting 59 percent from the floor.

Hannah McGinnis
McGinnis started her season where she left off in 2013-14, recording a pair of double-doubles to help Illinois College pick up two victories. In the season opener, McGinnis had 22 points and 15 rebounds as the Lady Blues posted a 65-39 road win at MacMurray. She ended the week with another 22 points and 17 boards in a tight 73-70 victory over Fontbonne. She also added seven steals and four assists in the two contests.

Kristen Schulz
Schulz averaged 24.0 points and 16.5 rebounds per game as WLC dropped two close games to a pair of top teams in Division III last weekend. After recording 26 points and 12 rebounds in a 69-68 loss to No. 9 DePauw, the nation's double-doubles leader from a season ago posted her second 20-20 game in as many seasons as she poured in 22 points, grabbed 21 rebounds, and blocked five shots in a 65-58 loss to George Fox.


Tavon Sledge
Sledge recorded a double-double with 27 points and 10 assists in a 119-88 victory over Mitchell on Nov. 20. Prior to that contest, he tallied a 32-point effort in his Falcon debut followed by a 18-point game in a close loss to Richard Stockton. In his first three games, he is averaging 25.7 points 3.0 steals and 7.7 assists per game.

Jack Taylor
Taylor erupted for a game-high 52 points in the Pioneers' contest at Beloit. He was 11-for-24 from 3-point range, while sinking 11 of 12 free throws. He averaged a national-best 38.3 points per game in the first week-plus, including a 41-point output against George Fox and tallied 22 points while vs. Blackburn.

Aaron Walton-Moss
Walton-Moss averaged 18 points, 13.7 rebounds and eight assists to lead Cabrini to a 3-0 week. He recorded a triple-double in Monday's 91-85 win over Eastern, with 20 points, 13 rebounds and 10 assists.  He nearly posted his second triple-double in as many games on Saturday, tallying 17 points, 11 rebounds and eight assists in a 90-65 vs. SUNY-Purchase at the Hoopsville National Invitational Classic. Walton-Moss closed the weekend with a 17 point, 17 rebounds, six-assist performance in a 68-61 win over No. 12 WPI.

Karl Agenor
Agenor averaged an impressive 12.3 points and 19.0 rebounds per game to lead Mass-Boston to its first 3-0 week since 1997-98. He shot 84.6% from the free throw line (11-for-13). In the win over Suffolk, he grabbed 24 rebounds, which was one board short of tying the single-game record. He also finished the week with seven blocks.

Tommy Fernitz
Fernitz averaged 16.0 points, 11.3 rebounds and 4.0 blocked shots to help lead DePauw to a 3-0 start. He finished the week-plus shooting 68 percent from the floor (21-for-31) and turned over the ball just four times in 85 minutes.