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Hot-shooting Biss tabbed PSAC East player of week

Bill Beckner
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Latrobe grad Jake Biss, a sophomore point guard at Shippensburg, is averaging 13 points this season.

At Shippensburg, happiness is Biss.

Sophomore basketball player Jake Biss continues to assert himself into a viable go-to role for the Raiders (22-6, 16-4 PSAC East), and is developing into one of the PSAC’s top scorers.

His scoring average has been on a steady incline, a result of his well-rounded game that includes a syrupy pull-up jumper, deep-range potential and a get-to-the-rim approach when needed.

His recent offensive tear landed him PSAC East Athlete of the Week recognition.

Biss has scored 22-or-more points in six straight games, including 32 in a 91-86 win over West Chester. Shippensburg is 5-1 during that stretch and will look to carry the momentum into the PSAC Tournament.

To boot, he is shooting the ball with notable efficiency. He had 23 points on 9 of 18 shooting against East Stroudsburg, went 9 of 12 with 23 points against East Stroudsburg, went 8 of 15 for 22 vs. Mansfield, hit 11 of 17 against West Chester and connected on 11 of 14 for 25 points against Bloomsburg.

Also during the six-game stretch, Biss had made 19 of 35 from 3-point range and is 22 of 24 from the foul line.

Bill Beckner Jr. is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Bill by email at [email protected] or via Twitter .

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