All-Academic Team |
LEMONT FURNACE, Pa. --- Eight Carlow University women's
basketball players were named to the USCAA All-Academic team the
league announced March 11.
Honorees must have a 3.5 GPA or higher and be sophomores or
above in academic standing.
Kamryn Lach - SO/Bethel Park, Pa.
Taylor Lambright - SO/Enon Valley, Pa.
Gabriele Olinger - SO/Dayton, Pa.
Angelica Orozco - SO/Filmore, Calif.
Megan Ost - SO/Apollo, Pa.
Emma Stille - SR/Westerville, Ohio
Caitlyn Trombley - SO/Belle Vernon, Pa.
Clara Wilson - SO/Johnstown, Pa.
Additionally, three players also earned All-American honors.
Senior Emma Stille (Westerville, Ohio) earned
First Team All-American honors for her standout year.
Stille led the team in scoring, rebounding and blocks this
season, and led the league in rebounds per game. Stille placed
second in the River States Conference with 15 double-double games
on the year.
Early on in the season, Stille surpassed 1,000 points
and rebounds milestones. She completes her outstanding four-year
career at Carlow with 1,324 points and 1,346 rebounds, placing her
just second behind the all-time leader Jacqueline Muir who scored
1,483 points (2004-08).
Sophomores Kamryn Lach (Bethel Park, Pa.)
and Angelica Orozco (Filmore, Calif.) earned
All-American honorable mention.
Lach led the team with 101 assists on the year, averaging 3.48
assists per game. She ranked eighth in the RSC in total assists and
12th in the USCAA in assists per game.
Orozco added 50 steals on the season with an average 1.79 steals
per game. She tied for ninth in the RSC in total steals.
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