Snudda Collins Named SEC Freshman of the Week
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – Ole Miss forward Snudda Collins has been named the SEC Freshman of the Week for the second time this season, the conference announced Tuesday. This marks the fourth Freshman of the Week honor for Ole Miss this year, the most in a single season in program history.
Collins – a native of Brookhaven, Mississippi – tallied 14 points in the Rebels’ loss to LSU on Jan. 4, in which she knocked down three trifectas for her fourth game with multiple threes this season. On the year, Collins leads Ole Miss overall and all SEC freshmen with an average of 2.1 threes per game (eighth overall in the SEC). Collins previously won SEC Freshman of the Week following a career-opening 23-point performance vs. McNeese State on Nov. 30, the most points ever by a Rebel freshman in their debut (in available records).
(Courtesy of Ole Miss Media Relations)
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