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    Sophomore forward Jahlil Tripp did an outstanding job orchestrating the Pacific men’s basketball team’s offense this past weekend, helping the Tigers finish 1-1 against two of the West Coast Conference’s top squads. His weekend was highlighted by a strong performance in Saturday’s 67-66 upset over visiting BYU. Against the Cougars, Tripp scored a team-best 22 points on 61.5% (8-13) shooting from the field and 83.3% (5-6) from the free throw line. His free throw shooting came up big in the final minutes against BYU, making all three of his attempts in the final 1:25 to help the Tigers hold at least a one-score lead. Defensively, Tripp finished with five rebounds.

    Thursday night against Saint Mary’s he scored the game high of 16 points, while pulling down five rebounds and dishing out five assists.

    Also Nominated: Elijah Bryant, BYU; Matt Hauser, Santa Clara; Emmett Naar, Saint Mary’s; Johnathan Williams III, Gonzaga; Isaiah Wright, San Diego

    2017-18 WCC Men’s Basketball Player of the Week
    1/8 – Jahlil Tripp, Pacific
    1/1 – Jock Landale, Saint Mary’s
    12/25 – Jock Landale, Saint Mary’s
    12/18 – Elijah Bryant, BYU
    12/11 – Jock Landale, Saint Mary’s
    12/4 – Zach Norvell Jr., Gonzaga
    11/27 – Johnathan Williams, Gonzaga
    11/20 – Emmett Naar, Saint Mary’s
    11/13 – Isaiah Wright, San Diego


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    “I don’t expect us to be perfect anytime soon,” guard Silas Melson said, “but one thing I do expect is trying to get better every day and playing tougher, harder and more physical than the opponent.”

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    Quote Originally Posted by RenoZag View Post
    Sophomore forward Jahlil Tripp did an outstanding job orchestrating the Pacific men’s basketball team’s offense this past weekend, helping the Tigers finish 1-1 against two of the West Coast Conference’s top squads. His weekend was highlighted by a strong performance in Saturday’s 67-66 upset over visiting BYU. Against the Cougars, Tripp scored a team-best 22 points on 61.5% (8-13) shooting from the field and 83.3% (5-6) from the free throw line. His free throw shooting came up big in the final minutes against BYU, making all three of his attempts in the final 1:25 to help the Tigers hold at least a one-score lead. Defensively, Tripp finished with five rebounds.

    Thursday night against Saint Mary’s he scored the game high of 16 points, while pulling down five rebounds and dishing out five assists.

    Also Nominated: Elijah Bryant, BYU; Matt Hauser, Santa Clara; Emmett Naar, Saint Mary’s; Johnathan Williams III, Gonzaga; Isaiah Wright, San Diego

    2017-18 WCC Men’s Basketball Player of the Week
    1/8 – Jahlil Tripp, Pacific
    1/1 – Jock Landale, Saint Mary’s
    12/25 – Jock Landale, Saint Mary’s
    12/18 – Elijah Bryant, BYU
    12/11 – Jock Landale, Saint Mary’s
    12/4 – Zach Norvell Jr., Gonzaga
    11/27 – Johnathan Williams, Gonzaga
    11/20 – Emmett Naar, Saint Mary’s
    11/13 – Isaiah Wright, San Diego

    Reno,

    Thanks for keeping up this thread. Looks like Mr. Landale heading towards player of the year in the WCC.

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    WEST COAST CONFERENCE PLAYER OF THE WEEK – YOELI CHILDS, SO., F – BYU
    Sophomore forward Yoeli Childs led BYU to a pair of wins against Pepperdine (83-63) and at Santa Clara (84-50) while averaging 21.5 points, 12.5 rebounds, 7.0 assists, 1.5 blocks and 1.5 steals. Childs shot 63.0 percent (17 of 27) from the field for the week.

    Against Pepperdine, Childs scored 14 in the first half and had four assists to help the Cougars to a 40-34 lead at the break. He finished the night with 21 points, 12 rebounds, a then-career-high six assists, one block and three steals.

    Childs got off to a hot start against Santa Clara as he had a hand in BYU’s first 17 points by scoring 11 of his own and registering three assists. He finished the first half with 17 points, six rebounds and six assists to lead the Cougars to a 46-28 lead. Childs finished the night with 22 points, 13 rebounds, a career-best eight assists and two blocks.

    Also Nominated: Steven Haney Jr., Loyola Marymount; Jock Landale, Saint Mary’s; Silas Melson, Gonzaga; Mike Reynolds, Pacific


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    “I don’t expect us to be perfect anytime soon,” guard Silas Melson said, “but one thing I do expect is trying to get better every day and playing tougher, harder and more physical than the opponent.”

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