The University of Saint Francis women's basketball team enjoyed a sparkling week, posting wins over two ranked league opponents.
Shurn was a pivotal part of the Cougars 62-55 upset of top-ranked Indiana Wesleyan. She popped in 25 points against the previously undefeated and top ranked Wildcats, and was a perfect 9-9 from the free throw line. A second victory over 24th-ranked Huntington capped off Shurn, and Saint Francis', 2-0 week.
The Kokomo High School graduate is No. 3 in overall CL scoring (15.6 ppg) and leads the conference in free-throws made with 100. She is No. 2 in free-throw percentage (.855) in the CL, No. 10 in NAIA.
Kohne is averaging a double-double – 20.3 points per game and league leading 10.5 rebounds per game after strong performances in a 1-1 week for the Cougars.
He tallied two double-doubles on the week, notching 26 points and 11 rebounds at sixth-ranked Indiana Wesleyan and 21 points and 19 rebounds in the Cougars' 61-50 victory at Huntington on Saturday.
The Bishop Dwenger High School alum holds five NAIA Top 10 stats rankings including No. 1 in Defensive Rebounds per game (8.0), No. 2 in total rebounds (230), No. 3 in total rebounds per game (10.5) and No. 10 in total blocks shots (41).
Kohne is No. 2 in league ppg (20.3/13th in NAIA Division II), but leads the league in points scored with 446. He is also No. 2 in the Crossroads League in blocked shots at 1.9 per game.