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January 3, 2011 at 12:32 PM

Matthew Bryan-Amaning wins Pac-10 Player of Week award

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Photo credit: Seattle Times – Cliff DesPeaux
The Pac-10 gave the league’s weekly Player of the Week award to Washington senior forward Matthew Bryan-Amaning (above, right) who averaged 19.5 points and nine rebounds and shot 54.5 percent from the field while leading the Huskies last week in a pair of wins at USC and UCLA.
Bryan-Amaning tallied 18 points and eight rebounds – both game highs – in a 73-67 victory over the Trojans. Two days later, he finished with 21 points and 10 rebounds – his fourth double double – in 74-63 win over the Bruins.
It’s the first time Bryan-Amaning has won the award and the first time this season for a Washington player.
Also Nominated: Oregon State’s Joe Burton, Arizona’s Kevin Parrom, Stanford’s Jeremy Green, UCLA’s and USC’s Nikola Vucevic.
Past winners include:
Dec. 27 – USC’s Jio Fontan
Dec. 20 – Nelson
Dec. 13 – Washington State’s Klay Thompson
Dec. 6 – Arizona’s Derrick Williams
Nov. 29 – Thompson
Nov. 22 – Nelson

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