Woodall Named Big East Player Of The Week

Travon Woodall's play has been instrumental on both the offensive and defensive end for Pitt during this four-game winning streak.

The Big East Conference announced today that Pitt's Travon Woodall is its Player of the Week.

Woodall's return also sparked a win over then No. 9 Georgetown and January 28. He put in a 24-point performance in an impressive 72-66 road win at West Virginia. Sunday, in a 79-70 win over Villanova, Woodall tossed in a career-high 29 points.

Also in his last two games, Woodall has combined to go 6-of-11 (54.5%) from three-point range. In his last three games, Woodall is a perfect 19-of-19 from the free throw line, including a 12-of-12 performance in Sunday's win.

During this current four-game winning streak, Woodall is averaging 18.5 points a game, 6.8 assists a game and 3.5 rebounds a game. The Panthers return to action Wednesday with a 7 pm tip-off at USF.

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