PAWTUCKET, R.I. – Castleton University women's basketball junior Alexis Quenneville notched Little East Conference Player of the Week honors following a career day against Western Connecticut, as announced by the league office on Monday afternoon.
Quenneville had a standout performance on Saturday afternoon in an outing against LEC foe Western Connecticut, potting a career-high 27 points while pulling in six rebounds in a 67-60 win for Castleton. She netted 9-of-18 shots from the floor, including a 6-for-10 mark from long range. She was also part of a perimeter defense that saw the Colonials make just 5-of-34 three-point attempts in the outing, WestConn's lowest long-range output of the season.
The junior guard is ranks second on the team with 13.2 points per game on the season, and is shooting an impressive 42.1 percent from three-point land. She is the team's third-leading rebounder, hauling in 4.2 boards per game in 30.4 minutes of action.
This is Castleton's second LEC Player of the Week award this season, after Brooke Raiche claimed the honor on November 19. It is the first time Quenneville has received a weekly award from the conference level since she was named North Atlantic Conference Rookie of the Week in 2016. To view the complete release, click here.
Castleton returns to action on Tuesday evening at Eastern Connecticut with a 5:30 tip.