CHICKASHA – After scoring his eighth and ninth double doubles of the season in two road games, Kyle Hunt was named the Sooner Athletic Conference Player of the Week for the second time this season.
Hunt had a total of 50 points and 26 rebounds combined in the two games — first against Mid-America Christian and then against Oklahoma City.
The 6-foot-10 forward went 69 percent from the field and 87.5 percent from the line last week. He also had three assists, four blocks and two steals for the week.
Hunt is the Drovers’ leading scorer and averages 18 points a game. He also leads the team in rebounds, averaging more than 10 a game, and blocks, with 34 total on the season.
Hunt is currently first in the conference and 11th nationally in total rebounds with 174. He is also second in the conference in blocks per game (2) and field goal percentage (6.12) and third in scoring per game.
Hunt is eighth in the division in rebounds per game, ninth in field goal percentage, 10th in defensive rebounds per game (6.47) and 11th in offensive rebounds per game (3.77). He is also in the top 15 nationally in total blocks (34).
Interestingly, when Hunt earned his first Player of the Week award on Dec. 5, it was following games against Mid-America Christian and Oklahoma City as well.
He is a criminal justice senior from Queens, N.Y. He is the son of Derrick and Marva Hunt.
Hunt again named Player of the Week
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