Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College Thunder Women’s Basketball student athlete Jaiden Cofield was named Minnesota College Athletic Conference Northern Division Player of the Week for games played February 15-20, 2016. This is the second time this season that Cofield earned Player of the Week honors.
Cofield averaged 25.0 points, 14 rebounds, 3 assists, 2.5 blocked shots, and 2 steals per game for the Thunder in two games last week. Jaiden also made 21 of 24 free throw attempts (88%). She also passed the 1,000 point mark in her two-year career with the Thunder during her final game last Saturday, breaking her own Thunder program record with 1,001 total points scored as a Thunder player. Cofield is a sophomore from Cloquet, MN.
Cofield topped the MCAC Northern Division rebound statistical category with a 14.4 per game average in 25 games. She was among the leaders in several other statistical categories, including points scored, 3-point shooting, steals, assists, and free throw shooting percentage. The 2015-2016 Thunder Women’s Basketball team concluded the season at 5-20 overall and 3-11 in MCAC Northern Division games.
The Minnesota College Athletic Conference is a member of the National Junior College Athletic Association. The women’s basketball conference includes 14 teams which are divided geographically into Northern and Southern Divisions. More information about the conference is available from the league’s website located at http://www.mcac sports.com.

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