OVERLAND PARK, Kan. – St. Joseph's College (Brooklyn) junior forward David Louison (Brooklyn, N.Y.) has been named the Association of Division III Independents men's basketball Player of the Week. Louison had a monster game, scoring his 1,000 career point on a free throw that capped off a three-point play, for St. Joseph's as they defeated borough rivals Brooklyn College, 88-75, on Monday night in their lone game of the week. The junior poured in 30 points, one shy of a career high, to help lead the Bears to their first win over the Bulldogs since 2006. The forward matched his season-high in points and coupled it with 10 caroms for his seventh double-double of the season. Louison went an impressive 12-of-16 (75 percent) from the field and made 6-of-9 (66.7 percent) from the charity stripe, on his way to reaching the career milestone in only 71 games. The three-time Player of the Week ups his scoring average to a career-high 17.5 points per game and is shooting a career-best 49.8 percent from the field.
Louison receives Association of Division III Independents men’s basketball Player of the Week award
Jan 21, 2014