Chennedy Carter, Texas A&M
Since arriving at Texas A&M in 2017, Chennedy Carter has taken the Aggies to new heights. Since arriving on campus, she has averaged 20 points per game each of the last three seasons. In addition, she has finished 57 straight games as a double-figure scorer. Now a junior, Carter is currently averaging 22.5 points per game while shooting 46.3% from the field.
The Mansfield, Texas, native returned to the court against Vanderbilt after sitting out nine games with an ankle injury. Carter led the team with 18 points and scored eight out of 12 field goals. She followed up with a season-high 37 points in Texas A&M’s win over Tennessee on Sunday. She earned SEC Co-Player of the Week honors following her outstanding performance. Carter will be back in action Thursday when Texas A&M takes on Georgia in Athens.
Kiana Williams, Stanford
Kiana Williams is making an impact for Stanford this season. The junior from San Antonio, Texas, has scored in double figures in 18 games. Williams is also dominant from the 3-point line as she has recorded 209 triples throughout her career. In the 2018-19 season, she drained 91 3-pointers tying for third place on the school’s single season list for that category. In addition, Williams also became the first player at Stanford since the 2010-11 season to average four assists per game.
The junior guard was tremendous this week for the Cardinal and has increased her scoring average to 13.8 points per game. Williams was a double-digit scorer in the team’s last two victories. Her best performance was at Colorado when she scored a career-high 29 points. Williams also added a career-high seven 3-pointers with one of them coming at the buzzer. She will look to continue her dominance on the court Friday when Stanford hosts Oregon State.