Your Alabama Pro Athlete of the Week is Levi Randolph. Randolph had games of 32 points and 17 points to lead Oostende to 2 wins during the week. Oostende clinched the BNXT League regular season title and home court advantage during the playoffs. Randolph was also nominated for BNXT League MVP during the week.
Others of note:
In three playoff games (2 New Orleans wins), Herb Jones averaged 38.7 minutes and 13 points. In Game 4 of the Pelicans’ series, Jones had 3 blocks (all on 3-pointers) and 2 steals to help seal a New Orleans win. He became the first player in 2 years to block 3 3-pointers in a single game.
Alana Gonçalo Da Silva had a 24 point, 4 rebound, 8 assist game and a 16 point, 8 rebound, 10 assist game in the LBF2 playoffs for Melilla.
Oceana Hamilton had a 21 point, 18 rebound game in Leicester’s regular season finale.
Donta Hall had 17 points in 17 minutes off the bench in a win for Monaco.
Justin Knox had a 16 point, 10 rebound game for San-en.
Brandon Austin scored 17 points and was +20 in a 7-point win for Vitória.
Tevin Mack scored 19 points for Capo d’Orlando in a win.
Pia Rijsdijk scored a goal for Feyenoord Rotterdam.
Krystal Rivers had 25 points on 57% attack efficiency, as Stuttgart advanced to the German league finals.
Davis Riley finished T-5th in the Zurich Classic team event in New Orleans.
Davis Shore finished a career-best T-5th at the PGA Tour LatinoAmerica event in Brazil.
David Robertson gave up 0 runs or hits in 3.1 innings pitched, with 5 strikeouts.
Chase Lee gave up 0 runs and 1 hit in 3.1 innings pitched, with 5 strikeouts.
Adam Morgan gave up 0 runs or hits in 3.0 innings pitched, with 5 strikeouts.
Dylan Smith struck out 7 batters and allowed just 1 run in 4.0 innings pitched.
Morgan McCullough hit safely in 3 games with 3 extra base hits and 3 walks.
Daniel Haugh won the Men’s Hammer Throw at the Crimson Tide Invitational.
Esther Gitahi won the Women’s 1500 Meter at the Crimson Tide Invitational.
Ruebin Walters and Robert Dunning finished 1-2 in the Men’s 110 Meter Hurdles at the Crimson Tide Invitational.
Remona Burchell won the Women’s 100 Meter at a meet in Jamaica in 11.13 seconds, which is her best time since 2017.
Portious Warren finished second in the Women’s Shot Put at the Crimson Tide Invitational.
Tamara Clark finished second in the Women’s 200 Meter at a meet in Texas.
Quanesha Burks finished second in the Women’s Long Jump at a meet in Louisiana.