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Luaulu-Summers & McGwire Share WCC Weekly Honors

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SAN BRUNO, Calif. – The West Coast Conference has named its Women’s Basketball Co-Players of the Week for November 30, 2015. 

WEST COAST CONFERENCE CO-PLAYER OF THE WEEK – GEANNA LUAULU-SUMMERS, SO., G – PACIFIC 
Sophomore guard GeAnna Luaulu-Summers scored a career-high 37 points with 10 assists at Gardner-Webb Saturday and added 11 points and three dimes in Pacific’s win at North Carolina Wednesday. Luaulu-Summers posted the fourth-highest single game point total in Pacific history at GWU, and with her 10 assists leading to 25 points, scored or set up 62 of Pacific’s 84 points. Luaulu-Summers also broke Pacific’s single-game record for free throws made and attempted, including hitting her first 14 in a row. She shot .429 for the week from the field, averaging 24.0 points. She also chipped in 6.5 rebounds per contest and added three steals.  

WEST COAST CONFERENCE CO-PLAYER OF THE WEEK – MORGAN MCGWIRE, SO., F – SANTA  CLARA
Morgan McGwire had her best week as a Bronco in leading Santa Clara to a 3-0 mark. In the Broncos' upset of No. 13/10 Stanford, McGwire scored 11 points and grabbed seven rebounds to go with three assists, two steals, and a block. 

At Cal Poly she scored a career-high 21 points to go with nine rebounds, three assists, two steals, and a block to lead the Broncos to the win. She also hit a career-high three 3-pointers. 

She capped off the week with a 17-point performance in a win vs. Evansville. McGwire scored 17 and grabbed six boards with a steal. For the week, McGwire averaged 17.3 points on 55.9% from the field to go along with 7.3 rebounds, 2.0 assists and 1.7 steals per contest.  

Also Nominated: Shelby Cheslek, Gonzaga; Taylor Proctor, San Francisco; Lexi Eaton Rydalch, BYU; Maya Hood, San Diego 

2015-16 WCC Women’s Basketball Player of the Week
11/30 – GeAnna Luaulu-Summers, Pacific & Morgan McGwire, Santa Clara 
11/23 – Malina Hood, San Diego
11/16 –Sydney Raggio, Saint Mary's