Women’s basketball phenom Catherine Thomas earned Player of the Week honors from the USCAA this week after amassing 91 points over the course of three games. Thomas, playing in only her second season with Christendom, also put up double-doubles in all three games.
Thomas plays as a forward for Christendom and has quickly established herself as one of the top players in the USCAA DII, earning multiple Player of the Week honors during the 2021-22 season and a USCAA First Team All-American honor as well at the end of the season. This season, Thomas has helped lead Christendom to a 4-1 start, with the only loss coming in a heartbreaking overtime game.
Over the past three games, Thomas has recorded 25, 31, and 35 points respectively, in addition to 8 assists, 47 rebounds, 10 steals, and 10 blocks over the course of those three games. That stretch puts her on one of the hottest starts in team history for Christendom, along with pushing her into #4 overall in the USCAA in points per game (27.0) and rebounds per game (14.6).
The news comes on the heels of Thomas also earning USCAA All-American honors for her performance in women’s soccer this fall, where she ranked #2 in goals scored, #1 in assists, and #2 in total points across the USCAA. Thomas, who serves as a counselor for the college’s Best Week Ever high school summer program, also earned an Academic All-American honor for maintaining a 3.5+ GPA over the course of the season.
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