Norman Powell’s high patch
Norman Powell claimed the title of the UCLA/Muscle Milk Student-Athlete of the Week for 23rd of February – 1st of March, from the UCLA men’s basketball team.
In order to help the Bruins keep pace for a top-four finish in the Pac-12 standings, Powell had a remarkable performance. This resulted in averaging 26.0 points, 5.5 rebounds, 2.0 assists and 2.0 steals in UCLA’s two home successes. Powell scored a record of his career of 28 points in a 72-67 triumph against Washington State, a couple of days after marking a team leading 24 points in an 88-66 victory over Washington.
For the 13th time this division, Normal Powell achieved a 20-point high in UCLA’s win on Sunday night. San Diego’s major guard made 61,8 % of his set field objectives pursuits (21 for 34) among both games and dove right at No. 34 slot on UCLA’s best scoring agenda (1,279 points). Also named The 12-pack player of the week, Normal Powell for the third time in this season has balanced not less than 20.4 points in UCLA 5 most recent games. He surprisingly managed to shoot 56.2 & from the field in that short period.
Most would say that the title was easy to win for the star Norman Powell, being the second UCLA/Muscle Milk Student-Athlete of the Week honor of the division and of his career path. Part of the nominees for this title were Rachel Fattal, from Water Polo, Chris Keck from Baseball; Stephany LaRosa from Softball, Allison Wine from Swimming.