Men
-Trey Lansman, F, Nebraska-Kearney
Averaged 17.5 points, 10.0 rebounds & 3.5 assists per game as UNK beat UCO and NSU at home.
Lansman played all 40 minutes in each game and had 18 points and 14 rebounds in the win over UCO.
The 6-7 junior forward is a native of Harlan, Iowa where he competed at Harlan High School.

Marquiez Lawrence, F, Central Missouri
Lawrence averaged a double-double for the week as the Mules went 2-0.
The Columbus, Ohio native averaged 14.5 points, 12.5 rebounds, 2.0 steals, 1.5 blocks and 1.5 assists per game.
In the win at Pitt State he finished with a game-high 18 points and a game-high 12 rebounds to go along with two blocks and two steals.
In the comeback win over Missouri Southern he scored 11 points and pulled down a season-high 13 boards to go along with two steals, two assists and a block.
He shot 72 percent for the week, going 13-of-18 over the two games.
The 6-8 senior forward is a native of Columbus, Ohio where he competed at Marion-Franklin High School prior to playing at Kent State.
Others nominated: CJ Carr, Missouri Southern; Rob Davis, Fort Hays State; Dominique Dobbs, Lindenwood; Logan Hovey, Southwest Baptist; Justin Pitts, Northwest Missouri; Cameron Wiggins, Washburn.

Women
Kallie Bildner, F, Lindenwood
Kallie Bildner had an outstanding week as she played two games and averaged a double-double for Lindenwood.
Bildner scored 51 points for an average of 25.5 per night with and average of 14.0 rebounds per contest.
Kallie was 63.3 percent from the field (19-for-30) and made 92.3 percent of her free-throws (12-of-13).
Bildner dished out four assists and snatched three steals in the two games for the Lady Lions.
The rookie forward scored 33 points and snagged 18 boards on the road against Lincoln.
The 6-3 freshman is a native of Waynesville, Mo. where she competed at Waynesville High School.
Others nominated: Michaela Barry, Nebraska-Kearney; Alyxis Bowens, Washburn; Tatyana Legette, Fort Hays State; Madison Northcutt, Pittsburg State; Paige Redomond, Central Missouri; Caylee Richardson, Southwest Baptist; Dwanisha Tate, Missouri Western.