Coming off a 24-point game at Illinois Saturday, Boilermaker freshman guard E'Twaun Moore has been named the Big Ten's co-Big Ten Player-of-the-Week.
He shared the award with Indiana big man D.J. White.
Moore averaged 18 points per game in Purdue's two most recent league wins, a home victory over Iowa and the road win at Illinois. In the latter, Moore scored 16 of his points in the span of just six minutes in the decisive second half.
He was 10-of-12 shooting against the Illini, and his 24 were a Purdue season high.
He becomes the second Boilermaker to be honored in three weeks, as Keaton Grant won the award Jan. 21, also for performances against Iowa and Illinois.