College Notebook

Duke's Kelly named ACC Player of the Week

From News ReleasesJanuary 8, 2013 

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Duke forward Ryan Kelly (34) races past Wake Forest forward Tyler Cavanaugh (34) in the first half of play.Duke opened the ACC season against Wake Forest University at Cameron Indoor Stadium in Durham, N.C.

CHUCK LIDDY — cliddy@newsobserver.com

Duke’s Ryan Kelly was named ACC Men’s Basketball Player of the Week on Monday after leading No. 1 Duke to wins over Davidson and Wake Forest.

Kelly averaged 20 points and 5.5 rebounds last week while shooting 73 percent (8 of 11) from 3-point range in Duke’s two victories.

Campbell: Darren White has been named Big South Conference player of the week.

The senior guard scored 25 points and grabbed 10 rebounds for his third double-double of the year and seventh of his career in the Camel’s 86-81 overtime victory last Wednesday at East Carolina.

He added 16 points in 30 minutes of Campbell’s 93-81 triple overtime win against Gardner-Webb.

Women’s Basketball

Duke: Coming off her second career triple-double on Sunday at Boston College, Chelsea Gray was named ACC Player of the Week.

Gray became the third player in ACC history to register two triple-doubles as she notched 18 points, 11 rebounds and 10 assists in 33 minutes at Boston College.

Saint Augustine’s: Regime McCombs was named CIAA Rookie of the Week.

McCombs came off the bench to average 15 points on 11-for-18 shooting (61 percent) including 8 of 14 from 3-point shooting (57.1 percent) in two games last week.

Gymnastics

N.C. State: For the second consecutive season, the Wolfpack has been picked to finish first in the East Atlantic Gymnastics League (EAGL) preseason polls.

Maryland was selected to finish second in the league with 39 points, followed by New Hampshire in third with 35. North Carolina claimed the fourth spot with 34 points, while Pittsburgh (28) and George Washington (16) were fifth and sixth, respectively.

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