*Jason Weeks of Canisius was Atlantic Hockey Co-Rookie of the Week with Michael Coppola of Connecticut after he recorded his first career hat track and first career game-winning goal in a 4-3 victory against Army. The Seattle native also set a school record with two short-handed goals in the game and has tied the Canisius record with three short-handed goals in a season.
*Forward Mary McKinnon of Niagara was named College Hockey America's Rookie of the Week after she had a hand in all four goals the Purple Eagles scored in two games against Minnesota-Duluth last weekend, a 3-3 tie and a 2-1 defeat.
*Sean Bentivoglio of Niagara earned his third CHA Offensive Player of the Week award by totaling two goals and three assists in wins at Colgate and RIT. He scored the winner at RIT and assisted on the winner at Colgate. He finished the week third in the CHA with 33 points on 13 goals and 20 assists. His total was sixth in the nation.
*St. Bonaventure freshman basketball player Dana Mitchell earned Atlantic 10 Conference co-Rookie of the Week honors after her 23-point performance at Albany. Mitchell is averaging a team-best 14.7 points and the Bonnies went 6-0 when she was first inserted in the lineup by coach Jim Crowley.
*Seniors Jacey Brooks and Darnika Moseley of the Buffalo State women's basketball team each passed the 1,000 career points mark in a loss at Cortland this week. Brooks had 15 points to bring her career total to 1,010. Moseley had 11, giving her 1,001 for her career thus far. They are the ninth and 10th players to reach 1,000 points in the history of Bengals women's basketball.