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Centennial Conference Athletes of the Week - Dec. 13 - Jan. 2

Centennial Conference Athletes of the Week - Dec. 13 - Jan. 2

LANCASTER, Pa. -- This week marks the first Centennial Conference weekly awards in 2022, with awards for men's basketball, women's basketball and wrestling based on competitions from Dec. 13 through Jan. 2. 

A limited number of squads competed in each of those aforementioned sports over the beginning of the holiday break, with this week's award winners including Vinny DeAngelo of Swarthmore men's basketball, Dana Bandurick of Swarthmore women's basketball, and Keshon Davila of Muhlenberg wrestling.

See below for more information on each of this week's award recipients. 

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Player of the Week
Vinny DeAngelo, So., G, Swarthmore
Aston, Pa. | Sun Valley
DeAngelo helped 18th-ranked Swarthmore to a 2-0 record over the holiday break. The sophomore guard averaged 24.0 points, 5.0 rebounds and 1.5 steals per contest while shooting 54.5% from the field. DeAngelo recorded a career-high 33 points against Immaculata on Dec. 30, before tallying 15 points in just 16 minutes of action against Stevens on Jan. 2. 

Player of the Week
Dana Bandurick, Jr., G, Swarthmore
New Hope, Pa. | Council Rock North
In the lone game of the holiday break, Bandurick notched another double-double as she scored 24 points and grabbed 16 points in the non-conference victory over Ramapo on Dec. 29. The junior added three blocks and six assists while shooting 72.7% (8-for-11) from the floor as the Garnet battled back to score 27 points in the final frame in the victory. Bandurick came through in a big way in the second half, notching 20 points and 13 boards after halftime.

Athlete of the Week
Keshon Davila, So., HWT, Muhlenberg
New Brunswick, N.J. | New Brunswick
Just 18 days after finishing up an All-Centennial Conference season as a defensive end for the Muhlenberg football team, Davila reached the final at the Wilkes Invitational in his collegiate wrestling debut. He won all three of his bouts before forfeiting out of the final due to a bout limit. Davila pinned his first opponent early in the second period and defeated the top seed in dramatic fashion in the semifinals, scoring an escape and takedown in the final 30 seconds to pull out a 4-3 decision.