February 05, 2018

Cardinal earns 3 (three!) Player of the Week awards

Brittany's brilliant performance in Stanford's victory over Oregon on Sunday earned her two Player of the Week awards.

Charlie Creme, Graham Hays and Mechelle Voepel voted her espnW's national player of the week: Stanford's Brittany McPhee named espnW's player of the week

And Pac-12 Player of the Week: Brittany McPhee, SR, G, Stanford (Normandy Park, Wash.)

  • 2 GP, 25.5 ppg, 7.0 rpg, 22-40 (.550), 4-8 FT (.500), 3 ast, 2 blk
  • Led then-No. 24 Stanford sweep a pair of ranked opponents on the road, beating then-No. 16 Oregon State (60-57) and then-No. 6 Oregon (78-65).
  • Started the weekend with her second career double-double, going for 18 points and a career-high 12 rebounds against the Beavers, tallying 10 points and eight rebounds in the second half.
  • Scored 31 of her career-high 33 points in the second half at Oregon to propel the Cardinal to a win over its highest-ranked opponent on the road since it won at No. 3 Rutgers in 2007.
  • Scored Stanford's final 19 points of the game, singlehandedly outscoring the Ducks in the second half (31-24). She made the Cardinal's final nine field goals over the last nine minutes and shot 13-of-18 (.722) from the floor in the second half.
  • First weekly honor for McPhee and 107th all-time for Stanford.
And Kiana's two 14-point games earned her;

Pac-12 Freshman of the Week: Kiana Williams, FR, G, Stanford (San Antonio, Texas)

  • 2 GP, 14.0 ppg, 1.0 rpg, 11-24 (.458), 1-2 FT (.500), 4 stl, 6 ast, 1 blk
  • Scored 14 points in each game of Stanford's road sweep of then-No. 16 Oregon State (60-57) and then-No. 6 Oregon (78-65).
  • Helped the Cardinal come back from a third-quarter deficit at OSU, consistently knocking down mid-range pull-up jumpers.
  • One shy of her career high with four made 3-pointers as part of a 14-point effort at Oregon.
  • Scored in double figures in 12 of her last 17 games, averaging 10.8 points in 12 conference games, tops among Pac-12 freshman.
  • Second weekly honor for Williams and 7th all-time freshman award for Stanford.

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