Senior • Guard/Forward • Putnam Valley, N.Y.
Hoffmann averaged 18.0 points, 5.3 rebounds, and 1.0 blocks in three wins. He also shot 55.6 percent (20-of-36) from the floor. He posted his first double-double of the season with 22 points and 10 rebounds (7 offensive) and added four assists in a 92-76 victory against Bates. He followed up with 21 points and five rebounds in an 87-83 triumph against Tufts. Last weekend marked the first time Hoffmann eclipsed the 20-point mark in a game this year. He chipped in 11 points and three assists in an 80-65 win at Wells.
Women's Basketball Player of the Week
Junior • Guard • Manchester, N.H.
Kabari scored a career-high 28 points and added five rebounds, five assists, three steals, and a block in an 80-76 win over Wesleyan. In a 64-54 victory at Connecticut College, she had 16 points, 13 boards, five assists, five steals, and two blocks. Kabari finished 17-for-31 (54.8%) from the field in the two wins and averaged 22.0 points, 9.0 rebounds, 5.0 assists, 4.0 steals, and 1.5 blocks.
Men's Ice Hockey Co-Players of the Week
Junior • Goaltender • Darien, Conn.
Sestak made 64 total stops and posted a .985 save percentage in a pair of NESCAC wins. He recorded his seventh shutout of the year with 31 saves in a 2-0 victory at Middlebury and stopped 33 shots in an overtime win at Williams. Sestak leads the conference in goals against average (1.00) and save percentage (.967).
Women's Ice Hockey Player of the Week
Cierra San Roman
Sophomore • Goaltender • Orange, Calif.
San Roman posted a .981 save percentage in two contests with one goal allowed. She had 25 saves, including nine in the third period, to earn a shutout in a 1-0 win at Connecticut College on Saturday. On Friday, the Mules were outshot 29-13 and San Roman had 28 saves in a 1-0 loss to the Camels. She owns a save percentage of .942 for the year.
Men's Squash Performer of the Week
Junior • Bryn Mawr, Pa.
Means, playing at the No. 4 position, clinched a come-from-behind 5-4 win for Williams over Middlebury in the NESCAC Semifinals to send the Ephs into the championship match for the first time since 2015. Means was the final player on court with the match tied 4-4, winning in five games (11-13,11-8,11-4, 2-11,11-6). He went 2-1 in the championship, also earning a win over Bowdoin (11-6,11-5,11-7) and dropping a match to Trinity (11-9,11-4,11-4).