Three Eagles Mentioned on Basketball Weekly Honor Rolls

Three Eagles Mentioned on Basketball Weekly Honor Rolls

BANGOR, Maine - Husson women's basketball saw three players achieve spots on three different association honor rolls. Kenzie Worcester was given a nod on both the New England Women's Basketball Association (NEWBA) Honor Roll and the Maine Women's Basketball Coaches Association (MWBCA) Honor Roll for the fourth time this season while teammate, Vanessa Duarte, joined Worcester on the MWBCA Honor Roll. The Maine Men's Basketball Coaches and Writers Association (MMBCWA) gave a nod to Justin Martin with a spot on the honor roll for his seventh time in his senior campaign.

MWBCA and NEWBA HONOR ROLL

Kenzie Worcester - Senior, 5-4, Guard - Washburn, Maine

Leading Husson to an 85-45 triumph over Northern Vermont-Johnson after netting an impressive 32 points, Worcester helped the Eagles extend their win streak to eight games while remaining undefeated in the North Atlantic Conference (11-0) with wins over both Vermont schools this past weekend. The senior averaged 20.5 points while shooting 53.1% (17-32) from the field, 6.5 rebounds, 5.5 assists, and 2.0 steals per game. Against the Hornets on Saturday, Worcester became the first guard in program history to join an exclusive club of six players to achieve the combination of 500 or more rebounds, 1000-plus points, 150-plus assists, and 150-plus steals throughout their career. 

MWBCA HONOR ROLL

Vanessa Duarte - Freshman, 5-4, Guard - Hawthorne, N.Y.

Contributing to two North Atlantic Conference wins this past weekend over the Northern Vermont Universities, Duarte averaged 8.5 points with success from 3-point range shooting 4-6 and 6-9 from the field, dishing 4.0 assists, and grabbing 2.5 boards per game. The Eagles remain undefeated in the NAC as the improved their record to 11-0. 

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MMBCWA HONOR ROLL

Justin Martin - Senior, 6-6, Forward - Winslow, Maine 

Once again averaging a double-double on the week following two North Atlantic Conference victories for the men over Vermont schools, Martin recorded 17.0 points and 10.5 boards per game while shooting a perfect 8-8 from the charity stripe. On senior day, he smacked down three blocks while pursuing his sixth-straight double-double game as the Eagles defeated Northern Vermont-Lyndon, 94-55. On Friday night, the Eagles set a new program record for the fewest points allowed in a single half as they capped off the first half with a 50-9 advantage over Northern Vermont-Johnson. 

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