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Little Named Penn College ‘Student-Athlete of Week’


Tom Little of Beacon Falls, Conn., a graduate of Woodland Regional High School, has been named Penn College’s “Student-Athlete of the Week” for Feb. 9-16. A 6-foot-2 junior forward civil engineering student on the men’s basketball team, Little scored 14 points and had 10 rebounds in the Wildcats’ game against Penn State Abington Feb. 9. He then scored 14 points and had eight rebounds in his team’s victory over Penn State Schuylkill on Feb. 16. Each Monday, coaches who are in season nominate a student-athlete from their team. Nominees then are evaluated by college athletic office personnel, who select the student-athlete of the week. (Complete rosters and season schedules are available on the college’s Athletics Web site ).

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