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Hustle Belt's MAC Women's Basketball Players of The Week: Week 18

The regular season is over. In our last installment of POTW, see who takes home the dubious honors.

Crystal Bradford takes home POTW honors once more.
Crystal Bradford takes home POTW honors once more.
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Mid-American Conference Eastern Division Player of The Week

Alexis Rogers, Bowling Green Falcons (Senior, Forward)

After Central Michigan fell to Eastern Michigan, Rogers helped Bowling Green earn an outright conference title. In a 73-56 victory over Miami, Rogers put up 21 points and nabbed six steals. Then to clinch the regular season title, Rogers scored 25 points and pulled down 13 rebounds. BG finished 17-1 in MAC play and heads into the conference tourney with a full head of steam. The Falcons are riding a 13-game win streak.

Mid-American Conference Western Division Player of The Week

Crystal Bradford Central Michigan Chippewas (Junior, Guard)

In a week that did not feature a lot of strong performances from Western Division players. Bradford scored 19 in an 84-75 win over Western Michigan, to go along with six assists, 12 boards and three steals. CMU took a step back and ruined its chances to win a regular season championship with a 99-84 loss to Eastern Michigan. The Chippewas took Eastern Michigan to overtime thanks largely to Bradford's play. She put up 18 points and grabbed 19 rebounds while dishing out eight assists.

Mid-American Conference Freshman of The Week

Cha Sweeney Eastern Michigan (Freshman, Guard)

Sweeney put an exclamation point on her outstanding freshman regular season with an exemplary final week of play. Though EMU was stomped by Toledo, Sweeney was still able net 23 points. In what was one of the more impressive victories in recent memory for Eastern, Sweeney scored 21 in a 99-84 victory over Central Michigan.

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