2017-18 NAIA Division I Women's Basketball Player of the Week ? No. 11 (Feb. 27)

2017-18 NAIA Division I Women's Basketball Player of the Week ? No. 11 (Feb. 27)

By Katie Green, Manager of Athletic Communications and Media

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Kayla Styles of Lindsey Wilson (Ky.) was named as the NAIA Division I Women’s Basketball Player of the Week, announced the national office on Tuesday. Styles was selected based on her performances from February 19 - 25, and was chosen out of a pool of conference group winners.

Player of the Week
Kayla Styles, Lindsey Wilson
6-2, SR, F, Louisville, Ky.

  • Styles posted a single-game school record of 45 points and recorded her 17th and 18th double-doubles on the season.
  • Weekly Stats
    • Totaled 71 points, 35.5 average
    • Totaled 25 rebounds, 12.5 average
    • Shot 24-of-47 (0.511) from the field
    • Shot 21-of-28 (0.750) from the charity stripe

 For more information on NAIA Division I Women’s Basketball, click here.

Nominees: Gina Smith, Xavier (La.); Christina Devers, LSU Shreveport (La.); Parker Esary, Providence (Mont.); Madison Michelis, Menlo (Calif.); Alison Webb, Lindenwood-Belleville (Ill.); Zhara Laster, Central Methodist (Mo.); Jemia Carpenter, Martin Methodist (Tenn.); Daniela Galindo, Oklahoma City


2017-18 Division I Women's Basketball Composite Award Winners

Week 1 (December 06): Amber Alexander, Vanguard (Calif.)  Week 2 (December 13): Emma Forel, Hope International (Calif.)  Week 3 (January 03): Christina Devers, LSU Shreveport (La.)  Week 4 (January 10): Amber Alexander, Vanguard (Calif.)  Week 5 (January 17): Vashti Nwagbaraocha, William Penn (Iowa)  Week 6 (January 24): Brianna King, Montana Western  Week 7 (January 31): Courtney Christmas, Arizona Christian  Week 8 (February 07): DaJonee Hale, Central Methodist (Mo.)  Week 9 (February 14): Kayla Styles, Lindsey Wilson (Ky.)  Week 10 (February 21): Dajonee Hale, Central Methodist (Mo.)  Week 11 (February 28): Kayla Styles, Lindsey Wilson (Ky.)


Championship Information

NAIA DI Women's Basketball Championship

March 18-24, 2020
Billings, Mont.