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Latrobe grad Biss nabs PSAC East player of week honors for Shippensburg

Bill Beckner
| Monday, January 7, 2019 3:08 p.m

A head-turning performance Saturday — and a quality three-game stretch in general — earned Jake Biss some conference-wide attention Monday.

Biss, a sophomore point guard from Shippensburg and a Latrobe graduate, was named Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference Eastern Division Athlete of the Week after his 30-point game — and a game-high five assists — in a 76-70 win against East Stroudsburg.

Biss totaled 52 points and 16 assists across three games for the 25th-ranked Raiders (12-2).

He had 12 points in a 74-67 loss to Shepherd, and 10 points and eight assists in a 62-60 victory over Mercyhurst. He played all 40 minutes.

The win over East Stroudsburg snapped the Warriors’ 19-game winning streak in conference games. Biss shot 13 of 23 from the field and made three 3-pointers in the victory.

Bill Beckner is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Bill at or via Twitter @BillBeckner.

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