Dalton State's Simmons Named National Player Of The Week

Tuesday, January 16, 2018

Carnilious Simmons of Dalton State has been named the NAIA Men's Basketball National Player of the Week, the national office announced Tuesday. Simmons was chosen for his performances from January 8 – 14 and was selected out of a pool conference award winners. 

NAIA Division I Men's Basketball Player of the Week
Carnilious Simmons, Dalton State (Ga.)
6-7, Sr., F, Atlanta, Ga.

In 74-65 victory against Blue Mountain (Miss.) on Jan. 9, Simmons tied for the NAIA season-high with 25 rebounds.

Weekly Stats
Averaged 23.0 points, 18.0 rebounds and 5.0 blocks in two victories
Season high 25 points in win vs Blue Mountain (Miss.)
Shot 48.6% from the field
For more information on NAIA Division I Men's Basketball, click here.

Nominees: Martavian Payne, Lindenwood-Belleville (Ill.); Arcuas Mcghee, Talladega (Ala.); Chris Vickers, LSU Alexandria (La.); Liam Hunt, Hope International (Calif.); Jared Samuelson, Rocky Mountain (Mont.); Quantice Hunter, Peru State (Neb.); Undra Mitchem, Life (Ga.); Julius Foster, Science & Arts (Okla.).

2017-18 Division I Men's Basketball Composite Award Winners
Week 1 (Dec. 5): Isaac Edmondson, Bethel (Tenn.)
Week 2 (Dec. 12): Ridell Camidge, Oklahoma City
Week 3 (Jan. 2): Mike Johnson, Culver-Stockton (Mo.)
Week 4 (Jan. 9): Branden Jenkins, Texas Wesleyan
Week 5 (Jan. 16): Carnilious Simmons, Dalton State (Ga.)



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