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PSU's Jeronimus named MIAA Women's Basketball Athlete of the Week

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Press Release MIAA:

Pittsburg State's Lizzy Jeronimus has been named the MIAA Women's Basketball Athlete of the Week. 


MIAA Women's Basketball Athlete of the Week
Lizzy Jeronimus, F, Pittsburg State

Jeronimus scored 36 points and pulled down 13 rebounds in the Gorillas two wins on the week. On Thursday against Nebraska-Kearney, Jeronimus scored 19 points and pulled down six rebounds. She also dished out two assists, had a block and a steal. In Saturdays upset of No. 2 Fort Hays State, Jeronimus scored 17 points and grabbed six rebounds and had one steal. She has now scored 2,100 career points, extending Pitt States scoring record (men and women) and is just five points from moving to fifth on the MIAAs all-time scoring list. The 5-11 senior forward is a native of Lenexa, Kan. where she competed at Shawnee Mission West High School. 

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