COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — The award goes to ... Jimmer Fredette, again.
The senior guard has been named the Mountain West Conference Men's Basketball Player of the Week for the sixth time this season — and the fourth week in a row — and 13th in his career.
Fredette averaged 31.5 points, 4.5 assists, 3.5 rebounds and 1.0 steal last week while helping the ninth-ranked Cougars to wins over TCU and Colorado State.
MWC Men's Basketball Players of the Week:
Nov. 15 Kawhi Leonard, So., F, San Diego State
Nov. 22 Kawhi Leonard, So., F, San Diego State
Dec. 6 Malcolm Thomas, Sr., F, San Diego State
Dec. 13 Jimmer Fredette, Sr., G, BYU
Dec. 20 Malcolm Thomas, Sr., F, San Diego State
Dec. 27 Travis Franklin, Sr., F, Colorado State
Jan. 3 Jimmer Fredette, Sr., G, BYU
Jan. 10 Jimmer Fredette, Sr., G, BYU and Malcolm Thomas, Sr., F, San Diego State
Jan. 17 Jimmer Fredette, Sr., G, BYU
Jan. 24 Jimmer Fredette, Sr., G, BYU
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