Friday, December 12, 2014

Georgetown College's Noah Cottrill Named Mid-South Conference Player of the Week

Georgetown College's Noah Cottrill was named Mid-South Conference Player of the Week on Monday.

Cottrill averaged 23 points per game in three games last week.

Here is a release from GC:

Noah Cottrill averaged 23 points per game this past week as the No. 8 Tigers improved to 11-2. His hot shooting and clutch scoring earned the junior guard his first Mid-South Conference Player of the Week honors of the year and the second straight for a Georgetown player. Deondre McWhorter earned the honor last week.

The Logan, West Virginia native finished the week averaging 23 points per game, 3.7 rebounds and 3.3 assists. He started the week helping Georgetown improve to 3-2 in the MSC with a big road win over new league foe Life University. This was the first win for the Tigers in Marietta, Ga. in several seasons.

He hit three three-pointers and several free throws down the stretch to seal the 81-79 victory.

Cottrill followed that up with 21 and 25 points respectively in GC wins over Wilberforce University and tournament host Central State University. He helped the Tigers to a 103-61 victory over the Bulldogs with four threes, five rebounds and six assists.

On Sunday, he went 8-of-12 from the field and hit a season-high seven threes as Georgetown handed NCAA Division II CSU an 87-79 setback.

Cottrill finished the week hitting 45.8 percent (21-of-43) from the field, including 46.7 (14-of-30) from deep. He is second in the MSC in scoring with 21.5 points and three-pointers made (31). His 36.9 percent from the field is sixth best in the league and his 83 percent from the line is third in the MSC.

Nationally, Cottrill is sixth in three-pointers made and eighth in scoring.

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