Bella Alarie, Princeton
The two-time Ivy Player of the Year is creating an outstanding legacy at Princeton. Bella Alarie has been the leading scorer and rebounder for the Tigers the last four years. She finished the previous season with 22.8 points and 10.6 rebounds per game. The 6-4 guard/forward was also named the 2018-19 Most Outstanding Performer after leading Princeton to win the Ivy Tournament for the second consecutive year.
Alarie is currently averaging 17.8 points and 8.4 rebounds per game this season. This week she had two double-digit performances in Princeton’s victories over Dartmouth (23) and Harvard (13). She was a double-figure scorer in 10 games so far this season with six of them being 20+ point performances. In addition, Alarie also has 38 career double-doubles with four of them coming this season. Catch the Bethesda, Maryland native on Friday when the Tigers host Cornell.
Rennia Davis, Tennessee
Rennia Davis is taking the Lady Vols to new heights this season. The 6-2 guard/forward from Jacksonville, Florida is like no other player. Since being named to the All-SEC Second Team in 2019, Davis has taken her basketball skills and talents to the next level. This season, Davis has finished 16 games as the leading scorer and has also led the team in rebounds in 10 games.
After monumental performances in the last two games, the junior extended her double figure scoring game streak to 20. Davis recorded 22 points in the Lady Vols’ victory at Vanderbilt. This was the fifth time this season she finished a game with 20 or more points. She later went on to post an 18-point performance at South Carolina. Davis will look to keep her double-digit scoring streak alive when Tennessee hosts Mississippi State on Thursday.