Normal, Ala. - The Southwestern Athletic Conference has named Alabama A&M University forward Jasmine Sanders, its women's basketball co-player of week.
Texas Southern University guard, Te’era Williams, was also named co-player along with Sanders. This is the first time that both players received this accolade.
Sanders, a junior and native of Chester, S.C., helped carry the Lady Bulldogs to a 1-1 record in SWAC play during the week.
She averaged a double-double, recording 22.2 points and 8.0 rebounds per game, during the two-game span. She shot 65 percent overall and recorded six steals.
Against Alcorn, Sanders scored 12 points 5-of-8 and hauled in six rebounds to help lead AAMU to a 64-44 win. Despite the Lady Bulldogs dropping a 76-63 decision to league leading Southern University, Sanders scored the most points in a game this season by a SWAC player with 32. She hit 10-of-15 overall and connected 11-of-13 free throws. Sanders also finished with a double-double hauling in 10 rebounds.
Head Coach Altherias Warmley stated, “I would like to congratulate Jasmine for her solid performance this past weekend. She has worked hard to get back to full strength after an injury that slowed her down early in the season.”
On the season, Sanders is averaging 10.9 point per game and leads AAMU in free throws percentage. She is also averaging a team best in rebounds 6.1 rpg.
“Jasmine continues to play a solid role for this team on both ends of the floor,” said Warmley.
Courtesy Alabama A&M Media Relations