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Amber Harms and Romeo KC named MCAC basketball MVPs
Providence student-athletes Amber Harms and Romeo KC have been named Most Valuable Players of the Manitoba Colleges Athletic Conference basketball leagues.
Harms, from Winnipeg, came third in scoring during the MCAC regular season and also finished atop the total rebounds chart. Additionally, her field goal percentage was fourth-best in the province.
In her second year at Providence, Harms will now look to help the Pilots to an appearance in Sunday’s MCAC championship match. She and her teammates, who include All-Conference Team members Courtney Engel and Isabella Selk, will face the Red River College Rebels in one of Saturday’s Final Four encounters.
KC, meanwhile, has garnered the men’s award after coming fifth in MCAC scoring, posting a province-leading 95 per cent efficiency rating from the free throw line, and topping the productivity table.
A third-year student out of Falls Church, Virginia, he is joined on the MCAC honour roll by All Conference Team member Daniel Dekleva.
The Pilots men will take on the Canadian Mennonite University Blazers in a Final Four contest on Saturday.
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(Top to bottom: Amber Harms, Courtney Engel, Isabella Selk, Romeo KC, Daniel Dekleva)
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