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Jeronimus Named MIAA Athlete of the Week

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The MIAA has named PSU junior forward LizzyJeronimus its Women's Basketball Athlete of the Week following the Gorillaswins over Northeastern State and Central Oklahoma last week.

Jeronimus averaged 24.5 points per game last week, raising her season averageto 19.9 ppg. In two games last week, shewas a combined 16-for-28 from the floor and an impressive 17-for-18 from thefree throw line. She also grabbed 17 rebounds.

After scoring only five points in the first half against Northeastern State,she came alive with 16 in the second. Against the Riverhawks she also had threeassists, a block and a steal with no turnovers.

Against Central Oklahoma, Jeronimus scoreed 17 of her 28 points in the firsthalf. She made four free throws in the last seconds of the game to secure thewin. She added eight rebounds, three assists, three steals and a block.

Jeronimus, a native of Lenexa, Kan., is now the eighth leading scorer and 10thleading rebounder in PSU history in only her junior season. She has scored1,438 career points and pulled down 555 career rebounds.

Pitt State takes the court next tomorrow, February 4, against Southwest Baptistat 5:30 p.m. It has been dubbed the "Go Red" game for heart diseaseawareness. Both teams will be in their red uniforms and all fans are encrouagedto wear red.

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