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Women's All-MIAA announced

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Kansas City, Mo. – Washburn's Laura Kinderknecht and Northeastern State's Taylor Lewis earned Co-Player of the Year honors in the MIAA as announced today. Ron McHenry, who piloted Washburn to both an MIAA title and the tournament top seed, was named coach of the year.

Kinderknecht finished the regular season seventh in the MIAA in scoring , 10th in assists, ninth in three-point percentage and was third in three-pointers made. Lewis was second in the league in scoring, led the league in free-throw percentage and three-point field goals made.

Joining the two Players of the Year on the first team was Central Missouri guard Keuna Flax. Flax though not appearing in the league stats because she joined the team at semester, helped lead the Jennies to the tournament's second seed. Lizzy Jeronimus of Pittsburg State also earned first team honors as she led the league in scoring and was 10th in rebounding.

Kate Lehman not only earned first team All-MIAA honors, but was also named the Defensive Player of the Year finishing fourth in the league in rebounds and leading the league in blocked shots.

Brook Duncan of Southwest Baptist was named the MIAA Freshman of the Year. Duncan finished the regular season 14th in the league in blocked shots.

The MIAA Women's Basketball Tournament is scheduled to tip-off on March 5 from campus sites.

CO-PLAYERS OF THE YEAR
Laura Kinderknecht, Sr., G, WU
Taylor Lewis, Sr., G, NSU
 
DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR
Kate Lehman, So., C, FHSU
 
FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR
Brook Duncan, G, SBU
 
COACH OF THE YEAR
Ron McHenry, WU

ALL-MIAA FIRST TEAM
Taylor Lewis, Sr., G, NSU**
Keuna Flax, Jr., F, UCM**
Laura Kinderknecht, Sr., G, WU
Lizzy Jeronimus, So., F, PSU [r1]
Kate Lehman, So., C, FHSU
**Unanimous Selection
[r1] Repeat First Team Selection

ALL-MIAA SECOND TEAM
Becka McHenry, Sr., G, TSU
Nicole Caddell, Sr., G, UCM
Rachel Hanf, Sr., G, ESU
Heather Howard, Sr., F, MWSU
Jacqui Zelenka, Jr., F, SBU
 
ALL-MIAA THIRD TEAM
Lavonda McCall, Jr., G, WU
BreAnna Lewis, Jr., G, UCM
Laura Patrick, Jr., G, ESU
Katelyn Edwards, So., C, FHSU
Arriana Walker, Sr., G, LU

MIAA ALL-DEFENSIVE TEAM
Kate Lehman, So., C, FHSU
Lavonda McCall, Jr., G, WU
Carrington Fox, Jr., F, NSU
Stormye Everett, Sr., F, WU
Jacqui Zelenka, Jr., F, SBU
Lauren Brown, Sr., C, PSU

ALL-MIAA HONORABLE MENTION
Alyssa Fuxa, Sr., F, UCO
Merissa Quick, So., F, ESU
Freddie Sims, Sr., G, LU
Erin Rice, Sr., F, MSSU
Alicia Bell, Sr., G, MWSU
Tosha Tyler, Sr., G, NSU
Sarah Green, Sr., F, NSU
Annie Mathews, So., F, UCM
Maggie Marnin, Sr., C, NWMSU
Lauren Brown, Sr., C, PSU
Alexa Bordewick, Sr., G, PSU
Drew Roberts, Sr., G, PSU
Brittany Dukes, Sr., G, SBU
Allie Norton, So., G, TSU
Dana Elliott, Sr. G, WU

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