Antonio Campbell, Ohio
Forward, Jr., Cincinnati, Ohio (Holy Cross)
Campbell continued his domination, averaging a team-high 24.5 points and 15.5 rebounds last week to help lead the Ohio men's basketball team (18-8, 9-5 MAC) to a pair of conference wins to extend the Bobcats' winning streak to five in a row. Campbell recorded a career-high 33 points while achieving his team-high 13th double-double of the season with a game-high 11 rebounds as Ohio cruised to an 86-64 win over off MAC West Division foe Eastern Michigan last Tuesday (Feb. 16) at the Convocation Center in Athens, Ohio. He made a career-high 14 field goals on a career-high 20 attempts -- including going 3-of-5 from beyond the arc. He also posted two steals and two assists in 37 minutes. Campbell then hauled in a career and game-high 20 rebounds and went 5-of-10 from the field and 5-for-9 from the free throw line to finish with 16 points as Ohio beat MAC East Division archrival Miami, 76-64, on Saturday (Feb. 20) in a 'Battle of the Bricks' showdown at the Convocation Center in Athens, Ohio. He also added two assists in 36 minutes of work. Campbell became the first Bobcat to haul in 20 boards in a game since Reggie Keely did so at Akron on Feb. 14, 2010. He has recorded four-straight double-doubles, team-high 14 this year and 23 in his career.
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Thomas Wilder, Western Michigan
Guard, So., Montgomery, Ill. (Quakerdale Prep)
Wilder averaged 25.0 points, 4.5 rebounds, 4.0 assists and 2.0 steals over two games this past week. Wilder hit the game-tying shot to force overtime and had 24 points at Kent State Tuesday. Saturday, he poured in 26 points and dished out a career-high seven assists in WMU's 92-85 win over Central Michigan. With the victory, WMU improved to 46-13 all-time at home against its arch rivals from the north and upped its current home undefeated streak against the Chippweas to eight games, dating back to 2009. Wilder shot over 58 percent from the floor for the week, going 18-for-31 and was 4-for-6 (66.7%) from behind the arc. He increased his season scoring average to 18.7 ppg and is conference scoring average to 21.2 ppg which leads the MAC.