N.C. State’s Alexis Perry was named the ACC Women’s Indoor Field Performer of the week as announced Tuesday by the ACC office.
Over the weekend, Perry broke her career-best mark in the long jump with her first attempt of the 2014-15 indoor season. Perry recorded a 20’10” mark at the Virginia Tech Invitational to win the event and tie for the second-best NCAA mark for the season. She is now ranked
Perry also excelled in the 60m hurdles. She won the event and set a new career best with a time of 8.24. She is now ranked No. 5 in the nation in the 60m hurdles. Perry has won the last five events she has competed in.
Barton: Senior Cimone Barbour is the Conference Carolinas Women’s Indoor Track Player of the Week.
Barbour led all NCAA Division II runners and placed eighth overall among 52 runners in the 800-meter run at the Niswonger Invitational, hosted by East Tennessee State University in Johnson City, Tenn.
St. Augustine’s: Quincy January is CIAA Rookie of the Week. He averaged 12.5 points and 8.5 rebounds in two games this past week. He tallied 14 points and 8 rebounds versus Winston-Salem State on Saturday and 11 points, 9 rebounds and 2 steals in a 72-66 victory over Virginia Union on Monday.
Elizabeth City State: Jadda Jefferies is CIAA Player of the Week. She matched her career high (30 points) including the tying and go ahead baskets in Elizabeth City’s 62-60 division opener on the road at Chowan.
Barton: Sophomore Jonathan Novoa-Miralles is the Conference Carolinas Men’s Volleyball Player of the Week.
Novoa-Miralles led the Bulldogs in kills in all three matches as the team went 2-1 in league play. Barton’s only loss came in a five-set battle against Pfeiffer in which four of the sets went to tiebreaker, including an epic 37-35 first set. Novoa-Miralles had 18 kills and eight digs in the contest.
He followed that performance by leading the Bulldogs to straight-set wins over Emmanuel College and North Greenville University. The Miami, Fla., resident had 11 kills against Emmanuel and added 10 versus North Greenville while hitting .529 in the match.
Duke: Leah Goldman is ACC Female Swimmer of the Week honors after leading the Blue Devils with three individual wins at Georgia Tech, claiming the 100 breast, 100 free and the 100 fly to total 27 points.