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    SEC Women's Basketball Players Of The Week

    The Southeastern Conference announced its women's basketball weekly honors on Monday, recognizing outstanding performances on the court from the early season.

    Player of the Week
    DaShawn Harden • LSU
    Junior • Guard
    • DaShawn Harden made an impressive LSU career debut, combining for 39 points, seven threes and seven steals as the Lady Tigers won two games in the preseason WNIT. 
    • Harden buried 4-of-6 threes for a game-high 20 points against Stephen F. Austin in the season-opener. 
    • Two days later, she was LSU’s leading scorer again, pouring in 19 points with three treys and grabbing five steals. 
    • The five steals were the most by an LSU player in a game since last February. 
    • Harden’s 20 points were the most by an LSU player in a debut since freshman Seimone Augustus scored 27 points at Arizona on Nov. 22, 2002.
    • For the week averaged 19.5 points, 3.5 rebounds, 1.5 assists and 3.5 steals, while connecting on 85.7percent from the line.
     
     
    Freshman of the Week
    Ronni Williams • Florida
    Guard/Forward
    • Ronni Williams had a historic collegiate debut, leading the team with 15 points (on 7-of-9 shooting), 17 rebounds and 5 blocks.
    • She became just the second Gator freshman ever to record a double-double in her UF debut. 
    • Williams, who also blocked a game-high five shots, joined All-American and U.S. Olympian Tammy Jackson, who netted 13 points and 12 rebounds against Virginia on Nov. 20, 1981.
    • Her 17 rebounds are the most-ever by a player of any class in their Gator debut (was 13 boards by junior Courtney Cooper on Nov. 16, 2001, and sophomore Benita Locklear on Dec. 4, 1976).
    • She was saddled with foul trouble in her second collegiate game, but still collected 5 rebounds, 3 blocks, 2 steals and 2 assists
    • For the week averaged 9.5 points, 11 rebounds and 4 blocked shots, while hitting 60 percent from the field.