NCSU rifle team wins SEARC 5

From News ReleasesJanuary 24, 2012 

The No. 20 N.C. State rifle team turned in a strong performance at the SEARC 5 on Saturday. The team took first place, defeating all five conference foes, and all six NCAA competitors in the match. The Wolfpack shot an overall score of 4556 (2304 air rifle and 2252 smallbore). The air rifle score was the second-highest for NC State this fall.

"We reached our goals for this match," said coach Keith Miller. "We had solid scores for our counters, remained undefeated in SEARC matches, and got in some excellent practice on the same range where we'll face Ole Miss and Air Force next weekend."

Campbell Basketball: Lorne Merthie was named Big South Conference Men's Basketball Player of the Week after leading the Camels to three straight league victories, averaging 16.3 points.

Shaw Men's Basketball: Malik Alvin was named CIAA Newcomer of the Week and Cleo Hill, Jr. was named CIAA Coach of the Week. Alvin averaged 22 points in Shaw's three wins last week.

Shaw Women's Basketball: Sequoyah Griffin was named the CIAA Women's Basketball Newcomer of the Week after Lady Bears' three wins last week.

Duke Women's Basketball: Duke swept the weekly honors as sophomore Chelsea Gray was named ACC Player of the Week, while freshman Elizabeth Williams was selected ACC Rookie of the Week.

Gray averaged 16.5 points, 7.5 assists, 4.5 rebounds last week.

Williams averaged 18 points, 9.5 rebounds, 3.5 blocks, 1.5 assists and 1.5 steals in the two Duke wins.

Saint Augustine's Women's Basketball: Senior center Keyona Bryant was named CIAA women's player of the week for the third time this season after three scintillating performances last week. Bryant averaged 21.7 points and 13 rebounds in three games last week.

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