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Week #7, Feb. 18, 1991
Jenny Wittmann is this week's LMC Player of the Week. The LMC Player of the Year last year, Wittmann led her Cardinal Stritch College team to its second consecutive Lake Michigan Conference championship this past week. The 5'9 junior forward is already her school's all-time leading scorer and she added to her totals by scoring a two-game total of 50 points in victories over Edgewood (66-49) and Wisconsin Lutheran (80-54). She hit 10 of 34 field goal attempts (52.9%), 14 of 19 free throws (73.7%) and grabbed 18 rebounds while dishing out seven assists. Whittmann is from Menasha, Wis., and a graduate of St. Mary Central High School.


Week #6, Feb. 10, 1991
Maranatha Baptist's Julie Johnson is the latest LMC Player of the Week. An All-Lake Michigan Conference pick of a year ago, has picked up where she left off last year. She opened last week with a 20-point performance against Marian (a 61-35 loss) and a 10-point game in a 62-31 loss to front-running Cardinal Stritch College, and then busted loose for 38 points in the Crusaders' 77-49 loss to Wisconsin Lutheran College, a game in which she also hauled down 18 boards. She also had 34 boards on the week. Johnson is a 5'10 junior forward from Madison, Missouri (Madison Christian High School).


Week #5, Feb. 4, 1991
Ellen Zgonc of Edgewood College is the latest LMC Player of the Week. Zgonc, a 5'5 senior guard from Watertown, Wis. (Watertown High School), helped lead the Eagles to two consecutive LMC wins last week, 95-43 at Maranatha and 59-52 at home versus Lakeland. In the two contests, she was 13 of 24 from the field, including 1 of 2 from three-point range, and was a torrid 13 of 14 from the free throw line, including a perfect 12 of 12 against Lakeland. Her only three-pointer (vs. Lakeland) ignited a 9-0 Eagle run that put her team ahead to stay. Zgonc also added 16 assists in the two LMC games.


Week #4, Jan. 28, 1991
Marian College's Leslie Daubert is this week's LMC Player of the Week. The 5'7 sophomore guard from Delafield, Wis. (Heartland Arrowhead High School), set a school-record with four three-point field goals in Marian's 76-69 win against Silver Lake. She then equaled that mark two nights later in a 75-55 win at Edgewood College. Daubert scored 18 points versus Silver Lake and 26 points against Edgewood, including 23 points and all four three-pointers in the first half of action. The Lady Sabres guard was 18 of 32 from the field last week, including 8 of 14 from three-point range.


Week #3, Jan. 21, 1991
Cardinal Stritch's Jenny Wittmann is this week's LMC Player of the Week. Wittmann played a big role in Stritch's 80-73 win at Silver Lake College in a mid-season showdown between two of the LMC's top teams. The junior forward from Menasha, Wis. (St. Mary Central High School) scored 23 points on 9 of 18 field goal shooting and 5 of 6 free throws and grabbed seven rebounds. She added 18 points and nine boards in a 68-39 win at Wisconsin Lutheran College earlier in the week.


Week #2, Dec. 18, 1990
Two of the conference's top players went head-to-head last Thursday and both had stellar performances. Wisconsin Lutheran College's Renee Kietzmann, however, takes home this week's honor as LMC Player of the Week. She scored 32 points in WLC's 91-67 win over Maranatha Baptist. Kietzmann (beaver Dam, Wis., Northwestern Prep), a 5-8 junior guard, made 15 of 19 field goals and 2 of 3 free throws to go along with 9 assists. Maranatha's Julie Johnson led her team with 34 points in the contest. Kietzmann also had 16 points in a conference loss to Lakeland last week. She had a total of seven steals in the two contests.


Week #1
The first LMC Player of the Week honor goes to Silver Lake College standout guard Linda Kornely. The Two Rivers, Wis. native (Washington High School), is already the Lakers' all-time leading scorer and is picking up where she left off last season.
    Kornely has averaged over 16 points in SLC's first three LMC games and is hitting on 50% of her field goals (17 of 34) and 70% of her free throws (14 of 20). Her top performance came in a tournament game at Edgewood College, which also served as a conference game. The senior guard scored 22 points in an 82-56 Laker win. Silver Lake went on to win the tournament championship and Kornely was named the tourney's MVP in the process.

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