UW’s Noah Dickerson is the NCAA Basketball Player of the Week
This weekend, Junior power forward Noah Dickerson was the key to taking down back-to-back ranked foes #9 Arizona and #25 Arizona State. Noah scored 20+ points per game against All-American caliber defenders. Noah averaged 23 points per game on 55% shooting from the field and 86% from the free throw line. Noah also established a powerful presence in the paint with 11.5 rebounds per game.
Junior Noah Dickerson led @UW_MBB to its first back-to-back wins over ranked opponents since 2007 and earns his first #Pac12Hoops Player of the Week honor! More: https://t.co/TO00OEmvJu pic.twitter.com/67l3l2cRGk
— Pac-12 Conference (@pac12) February 5, 2018
Noah is the 1st UW player to be named NCAA Player of the Week since Jan 4, 2016, when senior guard Andrew Andrews when UW upset UCLA and USC. Andrews would score 29.5 points per game, while averaging 6 rebounds and 3.5 assists per game.