Bree Mackenzie
University of Hawai’i Pacific


Mackenzie started her collegiate career off with a bang, going 6-10 from the field en-route to 16 points in just 20 minutes in the Sharks 100-81 win over Northwest Nazarene on Friday night. She followed that up with seven points and three rebounds in their 63-68 loss over Central Washington on Saturday. They’ll take the court again on Sunday (Monday AU time) as they play the University of Minnesota Crookston in their home opener.

Corey Jeffs
Winona State Warriors

Jeffs was quiet in limited minutes in the Warriors season opener (55-59 loss to Wisconsin-La Crosse)
, but followed that up with 10 point, three steal, two assist, two dunk performance in Winona’s 86-45 win over Clarke University. Winona will be back in action on Saturday, when they play Cardinal Stritch at home.

Michael Knoll
St. Ambrose Fighting Bees

Knoll continued his stellar start to the season, averaging 11.3ppg, 8.7rpg and 1.0bpg last week in the Fighting Bees three games. Knoll is averaging 12.4ppg and 7.1rpg on the season, helping St. Ambrose race to a 6-2 start. The 14th ranked Bees will take on Holy Names in Oakland on November 24 in their lone game of the week.

Will Sinclair
Metro State Roadrunners
Sinclair helped the Roadrunners start their season 2-0 by averaging 2.0ppg, 3.5rpg and 1.5bpg. Slowed by off-season surgery, Sinclair will be looking to carve out an increased role in Metro State’s rotation, having started the majority of last season. He has shown that he can protect the paint at a high level despite playing limited minutes thus far. The Roadrunners have a back-to-back home weekend upcoming, hosting South Dakota School of Mines on Friday night and Langston University on Saturday.

Zach Taulien
University of West Georgia Wolves

Taulien was a big contributor off the bench for West Georgia this past week, averaging 7.0ppg as the Wolves started their season 3-0. He connected on six 3-pointers for the week and scored nine points in each of his last two outings. Taulien and the Wolves will enjoy a nine-day break before returning home on November 26 to take on Carver College.