FRISCO, Texas – Lamar’s Chastadie Barrs is the Southland Conference Women’s Basketball Player of the Week, conference officials announced Thursday. All Southland weekly awards are presented by MidSouth Bank.The senior guard averaged 21.5 points, 11 rebounds, 10 steals and seven assists across Lamar’s two victories. Barrs also boasted a 51.7-percent average from the field and a 50-percent shooting mark from beyond the arc.Women’s Basketball Player of the Week – Chastadie Barrs, Lamar – Sr. – Guard – DeSoto, TexasBarrs recorded her fifth and sixth career triple-double performances during week seven, boosting the Cards to a 93-37 win over Howard Payne and an 82-66 victory over University of the Pacific.With the pair of wins, Lamar’s home winning streak is extended to 33 straight, marking the second longest active streak in the NCAA.In LU’s win over Howard Payne, the senior recorded her 500th career steal, becoming the fourth NCAA Division I women’s basketball player to record 500 or more career steals. The guard hit a season-high four three-pointers against Howard Payne and ripped a season-high 10 steals in each in each of her two most recent games.Honorable Mention: Cassidy Barrios, Nicholls; Dalesia Booth, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi; Jaylonn Walker, Sam Houston StateSouthland weekly award winners are nominated and voted upon by each school’s sports information director. Voting for one’s own athlete is not permitted. To earn honorable mention, a student-athlete must appear on 25 percent of ballots.
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