Champagnie leads the Big East Men's Basketball Conference 19.8 points per game this season.
Julian Champagnie (Bishop Loughlin) had perhaps one of the best games of the week on the list, scoring a team-leading 24 points, on 10-19 shooting, in the 77-68 loss to Seton Hall on Friday. He adding six rebounds and three blocks in the defeat.
Brooklyn's Champagnie scores career-high 29 points and grabbed ten rebounds in the Red Storm's 97-93 victory over Boston College (1-2) at Mohegan Sun Arena on Monday night.
Former NYC High School Basketball Players to Play Big East Basketball.
Julian Champagne, William Lee Score 21 and 20 points, respectively.