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2014-2015 Women's Basketball Awards

2014-2015 Women's Basketball GSAC Champion
School
Concordia

2014-2015 Women's Basketball GSAC Tournament Champion
School
The Master's

2014-2015 Women's Basketball All-GSAC Team
Athlete School Year Hometown
Brittany Bauman Hope International Sr. Orange, Calif.
Jasmine Crawford Concordia Sr. St. Louis, Mo.
Bianca Cubello The Master's So. Riverside, Calif.
Samantha Doucette Vanguard Jr. Irvine, Calif.
Riley Holsinger Vanguard Jr. Spokane, Wash.
Kristin Karr Westmont Jr. Irvine, Calif.
Megan Lindsley The Master's So. Vancouver, Wash.
Lauren McCoy Westmont Fr. Arcata, Calif.
Annie Park Biola Jr. Torrance, Calif.
Janis Peterson Concordia Sr. San Francisco, Calif.
Aysia Shellmire Westmont So. Burbank, Calif.

2014-2015 Women's Basketball GSAC Annual Awards
Award Name School
GSAC Player of the Year Riley Holsinger Vanguard
GSAC Co-Coach of the Year Russ Davis Vanguard
GSAC Co-Coach of the Year Kirsten Moore Westmont
GSAC Co-Coach of the Year Trisha Stafford-Odom Concordia

2014-2015 Women's Basketball GSAC Scholar-Athletes
Athlete School Year Major
Anderian Carbonel San Diego Christian Sr. Communication
Jaime Goff Vanguard Sr. Business Administration
Alyssa Gruber Arizona Christian Jr. Business Administration
Maya Kennedy Vanguard Jr. Psychology
Shannon Kingery The Master's Jr. Biological Science
Ashley Land Vanguard Jr. Biology
Lauren Martin Vanguard Jr. Psychology
Aubree Mittel Biola Jr. Business Administration
Olivia Nelson William Jessup Jr. Youth Ministry
Keia Nobles William Jessup Sr. Psychology
Millie Rivera The Master's Sr. Business Administration
Briana Stewart Hope International Jr. Business Management
Karlie Storkson Westmont Jr. Religious Studies/Sociology
Cara Watts William Jessup Sr. Psychology

2014-2015 Women's Basketball NAIA All-Americans
Athlete Team School
Riley Holsinger 1st Team Vanguard
Janis Peterson 1st Team Concordia
Samantha Doucette 2nd Team Vanguard
Kristin Karr 3rd Team Westmont
Jasmine Crawford Hon. Mention Concordia
Bianca Cubello Hon. Mention The Master's
Megan Lindsley Hon. Mention The Master's
Lauren McCoy Hon. Mention Westmont
Annie Park Hon. Mention Biola
Aysia Shellmire Hon. Mention Westmont

2014-2015 Women's Basketball NAIA All-Championship Second Team
Athlete School
Kristin Karr Westmont

2014-2015 Women's Basketball Daktronics-NAIA Scholar-Athletes
Athlete School
Anderian Carbonel San Diego Christian
Jaime Goff Vanguard
Maya Kennedy Vanguard
Ashley Land Vanguard
Lauren Martin Vanguard
Aubree Mittel Biola
Olivia Nelson William Jessup
Keia Nobles William Jessup
Briana Stewart Hope International
Cara Watts William Jessup

2014-2015 WOMEN'S BASKETBALL PLAYERS OF THE WEEK

  • January 5, 2015
    • Player of the Week
      • Riley Holsinger - Vanguard
      • Junior - 5-10 - Guard - Spokane, Wash.
      • Riley Holsinger scored 74 points (24.7 ppg), grabbed 25 rebounds (8.3), dished out 7 assists, stole the ball 6 times, and had 3 blocks as No. 3-ranked Vanguard won all three of its games last week. For the week, the junior guard shot 21-for-51 (.412) from the field, including three made 3-point shots, and was 29-for-33 (.879) at the line. Against University of Victoria (BC), Holsinger recorded 20 points, 6 rebounds, 5 assists, 4 steals and 2 blocks and against Evangel (MO) she had 24 points and 8 rebounds. In the victory over Bethesda, she recorded a double-double with 30 points and 11 rebounds.
  • January 12, 2015
    • Player of the Week
      • Janis Peterson - Concordia
      • Sophomore - 6-1 - Guard - San Francisco, Calif.
      • Janis Peterson averaged 20.3 points per game as the No. 10 Eagles went 3-0 on the week, including two road wins. The senior guard shot 21-for-42 (.500) from the field, including 10-for-24 (.417) from three-point range, and 9-for-10 from the line for an extremely efficient week. She grabbed eight rebounds in each game and dished six assists, blocked two shots, and recorded four steals. Peterson currently leads the nation in points per game at 23 and is seventh in threes per game (3.143).
  • January 19, 2015
    • Player of the Week
      • Jasmine Crawford - Concordia
      • Senior - 5-7 - Guard - St. Louis, Mo.
      • Jasmine Crawford averaged 17.5 points, 8 assists and 5.5 rebounds per game as the No. 9 Concordia Eagles moved to 7-0 in the GSAC with 2 wins last week. For the week, the senior guard shot 12-for-18 (.667) from the field, including 2 made 3-pointers, and 9-for-11 (.818) at the line. Crawford only had 2 turnovers and snagged 6 steals. In the win against Biola, she nearly had a double-double with 13 points and 9 assists. Then against Hope International, she had 22 points and 7 assists. Crawford leads the GSAC in both assists and steals per game.
  • January 26, 2015
    • Player of the Week
      • Janis Peterson - Concordia
      • Sophomore - 6-1 - Guard - San Francisco, Calif.
      • Janis Peterson led the No. 9 Eagles as they defeated No. 11 Vanguard 88-83 in overtime in the NAIA Game of the Week. The senior guard scored 32 points as the Eagles won in The Pit for the first time since 2001. She was 12-of-20 (.600) from the field and 7-for-10 at the line. She also added seven rebounds, two assists, two blocks, and two steals. Currently, Peterson leads the GSAC in scoring and is second in the nation at 22.5 points per game. This is her second GSAC Player of the Week honor this season. Peterson was also named NAIA Div. I Women's Basketball Player of the Week.
  • February 2, 2015
    • Player of the Week
      • Maya Kennedy - Vanguard
      • Sophomore - 5-9 - Guard - Huntington Beach, Calif.
      • Maya Kennedy scored 30 points, going 7-for-14 from 3-point range, as No. 12 Vanguard beat two GSAC opponents both ranked in the top 20 of the NAIA. The sophomore guard also dished out 7 assists, grabbed 3 rebounds and had 2 steals. In the win at No. 17 Westmont, Kennedy had 16 points, 3 assists and 3 rebounds. In the victory against No. 11 The Master's, she had 14 points, 4 assists and 2 steals.
  • February 9, 2015
    • Player of the Week
      • Amber Alexander - Vanguard
      • Junior - 6-0 - Center - Grand Blanc, MI
      • Amber Alexander scored 35 points, grabbed 27 rebound, and had 5 steals, 4 assists and 2 blocks, as No. 9 Vanguard won both of its GSAC games last week. For the week, she shot 12-for-20 (.600) from the field and 11-for-13 (.846) at the line. The junior center added 2 more double-doubles to total 7 for the season.
  • February 16, 2015
    • Player of the Week
      • Amber Alexander - Vanguard
      • Junior - 6-0 - Center - Grand Blanc, Mich.
      • Amber Alexander scored 35 points, grabbed 27 rebound, and had 5 steals, 4 assists and 2 blocks, as No. 9 Vanguard won both of its GSAC games last week. For the week, she shot 12-for-20 (.600) from the field and 11-for-13 (.846) at the line. The junior center added 2 more double-doubles to total 7 for the season.
  • February 23, 2015
    • Player of the Week
      • Annie Park - Biola
      • Junior - 5-5 - Guard - Torrance, Calif.
      • Annie Park became just the fifth player in the GSAC to score over 30 points in a game in 2014-15 with her 31-point outburst in Biola's near-upset of the now-conference champion Concordia Eagles. That performance helped Biola force overtime against Concordia. The junior guard posted a steady 16 points (as four Eagles scored double-digits) in an upset win over No. 8 Vanguard. For the week, Park shot 13-of-22 (.591) from the field, including 10-for-13 (.769) from 3-point range, and 11-for-12 (.917) at the line. She also had 8 rebounds, 8 assists and 2 steals for the week.
  • March 2, 2015
    • Player of the Week
      • Lauren McCoy - Westmont
      • Freshman - 5-11 - Forward - Arcata, Calif.
      • Lauren McCoy scored 38 points and grabbed 20 rebounds as No. 15 Westmont closed the regular season with two wins last week and earned the No. 3 seed in the upcoming GSAC Women's Basketball Tournament. For the week, she shot 13-for-23 (.565) from the field and 12-for-16 (.750) at the line, and also had 2 assists, 2 blocks and 2 steals. The freshman forward recorded a double-double with 25 points and 12 rebounds against Hope International, followed by 13 points and 8 rebounds in the win against Biola, which received votes in the most recent poll.