Dallas, Texas – Junior guard following two 31-point performances in home dubs for the Charlotte men’s basketball team Bryce Williams He was named the Conference USA Player of the Week, which the league announced Monday.
Williams averaged 31 points, 5 rebounds and 1.5 assists in the CLT’s wins against Middle Tennessee and Louisiana Tech. Knocked down a total of 21 attempts from Charity Stripes.
In Thursday’s 82-67 win over Middles, Williams scored 31 points on 9-of-11 shooting, 21 of them in the second half, and 9 of them while turning the 49ers’ momentum to give the Blue Raiders a 16-2 run. pulled apart. Evening closing stage.
The Huntersville, N.C., native backed up Thursday’s performance with 31 points to help the Niners pass Louisiana Tech on Saturday afternoon. Williams defensively finished the New Year’s Eve matinee with 31 on 9-of-12 shooting while grabbing six rebounds in his end.
His total of 62 points this week came in just 55 total minutes off the bench, with Williams scoring a glorious 1.12 points per minute.
His two performances in league play since Lemia Goldwire against St Bonaventure on 9 February 2008 and Xavier on 13 February 2008 saw the 49er score 30 or more in consecutive games. It was the first record. CLT’s 2007-08 campaign
The Hopewell High School alum is a frontrunner for the league’s Sixth Man of the Year award with 14 games scored to lead Charlotte every day 49ers games this season.
This is the 49ers player’s first weekly award of the 2022-23 season, after finishing last season with a total of eight Weekly Honors.
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