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Wesley, Kleysen named Wesmen athletes of the week

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The University of Winnipeg’s Wesmen Garbonzo’s Players of the Week are basketball players Steven Wesley and Stephanie Kleysen.

Wesley is a fifth-year forward who led the men’s basketball team to a 82-78 victory in a game against Lakehead University in Thunder Bay on Oct. 4. On the court for 35 minutes, Wesley scored 35 points.

Kleysen is a fourth-year guard who scored her team 25 points in a game against Red River College on Oct. 4, winning the game with a score of 88-31. The following night, Kleysen scored 20 points in a game against Brandon University, with the Wesmen also winning that game by a final score of 66-58.

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