Player of the Game

Foster Law Office

Women’s 1st Round: Geneva at Bethany (2-19-18)

Women’s Basketball – Bethany
#4 Kelsea Daugherty
6-0 Senior Forward
Stat Line: 22 points, 10 rebounds

The Bethany women’s basketball team won its first PAC tournament game in six years with a 69-41 win over Geneva in first round of the league tournament. Senior forward Kelsea Daugherty was one of two Bison with a double-double on the night, posting 22 points and 10 rebounds. For her efforts on the glass and in the paint, Daugherty was named the Foster Law Offices Player of the Game for the second time this season.


Men’s Basketball: Westminster at Saint Vincent (2-17-18)

Men’s Basketball – Westminster
#4 Cameron Kane-Johnson
5-11 Sophomore Guard
Stat Line: 28 points, 4 of 4 on 3-pointers

In a battle between two playoff-bound teams, the Westminster Titans spoiled senior day for Saint Vincent with a 62-59 road victory in the regular season finale. In a seesaw game with nine lead changes, Westminster sophomore Cameron Kane-Johnson poured in 28 points, including 4 for 4 shooting from beyond the arc, to help lead the Titans to a narrow win at the Carey Center. Considering senior standouts Jarret Vrabel and Deontay Scott were limited to a combined nine points, Kane-Johnson’s performance proved pivotal and earned him the Foster Law Offices Player of the Game award from the PAC Sports Network.


Women’s Basketball: Westminster at Saint Vincent (2-17-18)

Women’s Basketball – Saint Vincent
#1 Carlee Kilgus
5-8 Freshman Guard
Stat Line: 8 points (4 for 4 on FT’s), 4 assists

Saint Vincent overcame an eight-point deficit in the second half for a 51-47 win over Westminster in the regular season finale at the Carey Center. The Bearcats used a 15-1 run to turn the tables on the Titans and freshman guard Carlee Kilgus sparked the effort by scoring the first six points of the run. Kilgus also dished out four assists on offense. For her play, Kilgus was named the Foster Law Offices Player of the Game by the PAC Sports Network.


Men’s Basketball: Waynesburg at W&J (2-14-18)

Men’s Basketball – W&J
#24 Brian Graytok
6-1 Senior Guard
Stat Line: 16 points, 6 rebounds, 4 assists

The Washington & Jefferson men’s basketball team earned its first season sweep of Waynesburg since the 2012-13 season with a 66-62 comeback win over the Yellow Jackets. Senior guard Brian Graytok led the way with a team-high 16 points on 7-of-11 shooting from the floor with 10 points coming in the second half. The senior added six rebounds and four assists to his line plus a steal in 26 minutes of action. The W&J win over Waynesburg marked the first time since the 2009-10 season the Presidents men and women’s basketball teams swept the Yellow Jackets in the same regular season. For his role in that sweep, Graytok was named the Foster Law Offices Player of the Game.


Women’s Basketball: Waynesburg at W&J (2-14-18)

Women’s Basketball – W&J
#13 Danielle Parker
5-11 Junior Forward
Stat Line: 21 points, 10 rebounds

Junior Danielle Parker hit blackjack for the W&J Presidents on Wednesday night, scoring 21 points on her 21st birthday in an 86-73 win over rival Waynesburg. Parker’s 21 points led all players as she finished 9-of-17 from the floor and made three three-pointers. It marked her sixth time topping 20 points over the 2017-18 campaign. She also snagged 10 rebounds for her seventh double-double this season, including the second-straight, and 14th of her career. For an unforgettable 21st birthday performance, Parker was selected as the Foster Law Offices Player of the Game.