Mar 27, 2024

KWU WBB has three earn All-KCAC honors

Posted Mar 27, 2024 2:19 PM

Kansas Wesleyan Women's Basketball saw three student-athletes earn honors from the KCAC as All-KCAC selections for the 2023-24 season. All-KCAC selections were made by the conference coaches.

LaMyah Ricks was selected to the second-team, while Jill Stephens was an honorable-mention selection and Odessa Ozuna earned a spot on the All-KCAC All-Freshman team.

Ricks averaged 11.8 points per game during the conference season for the Coyotes, which ranked No. 18 in the KCAC. She also averaged 4.6 rebounds per game ranking No. 32 in the conference. She also averaged 1.4 steals per game, ranking No. 17 in the conference. She scored her 1000th career point on February 7 against Bethany.

Stephens averaged 12.1 points per game during conference play, which ranked No. 16 in the KCAC, and shot 40.4 percent from 3-point range, which ranked fifth best in the KCAC during conference play. She led the KCAC in 3-point field goals made during conference play with 57 and ranked second in the KCAC in free throw percentage at 88.4 percent (61 of 69).

Ozuna averaged 7.0 points per game during conference play as a freshman. She poured in 26 points in a double overtime win over Sterling on January 17 and had 21 against Oklahoma Wesleyan in pair of breakout games.