Women's Basketball's Hislop is CAA Player of the Week
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HARRISONBURG, Va., Feb.
18, 2013 - James Madison senior Tarik Hislop (Silver Spring, Md./Paint
Branch) Monday was named the Colonial Athletic Association Player of the Week.
The Dukes point guard was a key component in two JMU victories last week, as
JMU improved to 17-8 overall and 11-2 in league play with wins on the road at
Old Dominion (68-56 on Feb. 12) and Hofstra (68-60 on Feb. 17). The Dukes remained in second place in the
Hislop scored a game-high 22 points, 18 of them in the second half,
to lead JMU to the win at ODU. Hislop also handed out a game-high four assists in the contest.
At Hofstra she tallied a game-high 24 points, including a career-high four
and led JMU with four assists. Hislop scored
16 of JMU's 29
second-half points and eight of JMU's last 16 points as the Dukes outscored Hofstra 16-7 in final 4:24. She hit a key 3-pointer as the shot clock
expired with 4:24 to play.
In last week's games Hislop shot 44 percent from the field overall (18-41) and
from 3-point range (4-9) as well as 75 percent (6-8) at the foul line.
Last week Hislop also increased her school records of career starts to 128 and
consecutive games played to 129. She also upped her career assist total to 356
and moved into sole possession of eighth place on JMU's all-time list, passing
passed Emily McCracken (352, '92).