Fairmont State guard Isaac Thornton was named WVIAC Player of the Week on Monday afternoon, as announced by the league office.
Thornton chipped in with 19 points in the Falcons victory over Charleston on Wednesday night. He also grabbed four rebounds and dished out three assists in Fairmont State's two-point win over the Golden Eagles.
On Saturday, Thornton scored 22 points in the Falcons 11-point win over rival West Virginia Wesleyan. The senior from Martinsburg collected five rebounds to go with two steals.
This is the second time Thornton has received the award this season, which came back on December 17. The senior averages 17.3 points per game for the WVIAC's second ranked team.