Eagles players honoured

Kwantlen trio wins PACWEST Player of the Week awards

Amber-Lee Kavanagh of the Kwantlen Eagles.

Amber-Lee Kavanagh won a third PACWEST basketball Player of the Week award by an athlete from Kwantlen Polytechnic University.

Kavanagh, a first-year forward from Langley, scored 21 points and added 20 rebounds in two games Nov. 9-10 against the Capilano Blues and Quest Kermodes.

Kavanagh’s teammate with the Kwantlen Eagles, second-year guard Jeannine Yngresso, won the Player of the Week award for women’s basketball Nov. 2-3. The Holy Cross high school graduate scored 19 points, seven steals and a pair of rebounds in a 77-47 win over the Columbia Bible College (CBC) Bearcats.

Princess Margaret Secondary graduate Ali Bosir won the men’s award for Nov. 2-3, after he tallied 18 points and 15 rebounds in a 70-68 victory over CBC.

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