2003-04 ACCAC MEN'S BASKETBALL
PLAYERS OF THE WEEK


JAMES FONTENET
Scottsdale

(week ending Feb. 22, 2004)

James Fontenet has joined Eric Bloom of Glendale as the only repeat winners of the ACCAC Player of the Week honor with his nod for the week ending February 22. Fontenet tallied 38 points, connecting on eight 3-pointers, and dished out six assists in a victory over Arizona Western. He followed that effort with 28 points and five steals in the Artichokes victory over Chandler-Gilbert.

 


AKEEN PRICE
Yavapai

(week ending Feb. 15, 2004)

Yavapai's Akeem Price earned the NJCCA National Player of the Week and ACCAC Player of the Week honor after leading the Roughriders to a pair of victories on the week. The sophomore from Pontiac, Michigan, scored 28 points and pulled down eight rebounds in an 84-52 win over South Mountain and capped the week with 25 points and 10 rebounds in a 97-91 win over Central Arizona.

 


JAMES FONTENET
Scottsdale

(week ending Feb. 8, 2004)

Scottsdale's James Fontenet has been named the ACCAC Player of the Week after helping the Artichokes to a pair of victories in three games on the week. Fontenet scored 26 points in a 30-point victory over Southwestern and then tallied 17 points and dished out five assists in a three-point loss to South Mountain. In the finale on the week for Scottsdale, he scored 30 points while draining six three pointers as the Artichokes defeated Central Arizona 89-72.

 


ERIC BLOOM
Glendale

(week ending Feb. 1, 2004)

Glendale's Eric Bloom is the first repeat winner of the ACCAC Men's Basketball Player of the Week honor during the 2003-2004 season. The sophomore from Phoenix also garnered the honor for the week ending January 4.

This time around, Bloom helped the Gauchos split a pair of games on the week. He scored 10 points, pulled down nine rebounds and dished out five assists in a victory over Pima. In the Gauchos loss to top ranked Yavapai, Bloom drilled six three-pointers and ended the game with 40 points.

 


STEPHEN SORIANO
Central Arizona

(week ending Jan. 25, 2004)

Steven Soriano, a freshman for Central Arizona, has been awarded the ACCAC Player of the Week honor after leading the Vaqueros to a 2-1 record on the week. Soriano had nine points, 10 rebounds and six assists in a victory over Southwestern. In a loss to Eastern Arizona, Soriano netted 24 points. In the week's finale, he led Central to a win over Phoenix with 28 points and 12 rebounds.

 


BRYSON KRUEGER
Yavapai

(week ending Jan. 18, 2004)

Bryson Krueger earned the ACCAC Player of the Week honor after leading Yavapai to three wins during the past week. Kruger tallied 14 points and five rebounds in the Roughriders victory over Southwestern. He then netted 34 points in a win over Pima and completed the week with a 26-point effort in a one point victory over Arizona Western.

 


RYAN ROURKE
Mesa

(week ending Jan. 11, 2004)

Ryan Rourke, a sophomore at Mesa Community College, earned the ACCAC's Player of the Week honor after leading the Thunderbirds to a split in a pair of Conference games on the week. Rourke scored 20 points and dished out five assists in a loss to Glendale. He then led the Thunderbirds with 33 points and 11 boards in a victory over Pima.

 


ERIC BLOOM
Glendale

(week ending Jan. 4, 2004)

Eric Bloom helped Glendale Community College capture the Championship trophy at the San Diego Tournament. Bloom scored 30 points and grabbed four rebounds in a victory over Glendale (CA). He then posted 39 points and four boards against Citrus to be named the Tournament MVP.

 


NOE ALONZO
South Mountain

(week ending Dec. 13, 2003)

Noe Alonzo helped lead South Mountain to a split in a pair of games on the week. In the Cougars loss to Glendale, Alonzo tallied 34 points and grabbed eight rebounds. He then posted 19 points and eight boards to lead SMCC to a victory over Southwestern.

 


FRED MARSHALL
Mesa

(week ending Dec. 6, 2003)

Fred Marshall helped the Thunderbirds to a split in their two games on the week. Marshall, a sophomore from Atlanta, Georgia, posted 21 points and eight rebounds in a victory over South Mountain and then tallied 29 points and grabbed seven boards against Yavapai.

 

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