The award recognizes outstanding play by NCCAA II member players
across the nation each week. During the week of Dec. 10-16,
Cremeens and the Red Lions played St. Louis Christian College
and Holy Cross College. LCU beat SLCC 87-44 and lost to HCC
In the St. Louis Christian game, Cremeens posted his first
double-double of the season, putting up 21 points and grabbing
10 rebounds. In LCU's loss to Holy Cross, Cremeens was able to
score 23 points, take four rebounds and offer three assists. He
averaged 22 points, seven rebounds and 2.5 assists per game for
the week. So far this season, Cremeens is leading the Red Lions'
offensive attack with an average 22.5 points per game.
Cremeens is a senior at Lincoln Christian University, where
he is working toward a bachelor's degree in communications. A
graduate of Olympia High School, Stanford, he is the son of
Robert and Laura Cremeens of Hopedale.
This is the second time this year that a Lincoln Christian
University student-athlete was recognized for the NCCAA Athlete
of the Week award. Women's soccer player Moriah Kirkpatrick, a
junior, was recognized in September.
Founded in Lincoln in 1944, Lincoln Christian University's
three schools -- the School of Undergraduate Studies, the
Hargrove School of Adult & Graduate Studies and the Seminary --
share a mission to nurture and equip Christians with a biblical
worldview to serve and lead in the church and the world. LCU's
School of Undergraduate Studies is a member of the National
Christian College Athletic Association, Division II. To learn
more about LCU athletics, visit
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