Fluker Earns 10th Career Player of the Week Award
CHANNON FLUKER, CSUN
Junior • Center • Pasadena, Calif. • Maranatha HS
➜ Fluker notched the third triple-double in CSUN history in Saturday’s 67-62 win over Seattle at The Matadome. She compiled 28 points, 16 rebounds and a school single-game record 13 blocked shots.
➜ The 6-4 center replaced Camille Mahlknecht in the Matador record book for the blocked shots record. Mahlknecht had 11 blocks against Cal State Fullerton on Feb. 8, 2014.
➜ The 13 blocks are the most by a Division I player this season, and were only three away from the Division I record for most in a game. Sandora Irvin of TCU had 16 blocks versus UAB on Jan. 16, 2005.
➜ Fluker is one of just 13 players in NCAA Division I to have recorded a triple-double this season.
➜ Fluker drained a career-high 14 free throws (in a career-high 17 attempts) against the Redhawks, the 11th highest total by a Division I player this season.
➜ She averaged 29.0 points, 13.0 rebounds and 8.0 blocked shots in two wins. CSUN also defeated Biola, 68-51, in which she posted 30 points, 10 rebounds and three blocked shots.
Others nominated: Dynn Leaupepe (Cal Poly); Jade Vega (Cal State Fullerton); Cecily Wilson (Long Beach State); Lauren Saiki (UC Irvine); Michelle Curry (UC Riverside); Sarah Porter (UC Santa Barbara); Sarah Toeaina (Hawai‘i)