Charity Miller Voted All-PSUAC Honorable Mention

Charity Miller Voted All-PSUAC Honorable Mention

STATE COLLEGE, Pa. – Penn State Mont Alto sophomore Charity Miller (Greencastle, Pa. / Greencastle Antrim) was voted to the All-Penn State University Athletic Conference team as an honorable mention by the league's coaches.

Charity Miller (Greencastle, Pa. / Greencastle Antrim) is the lone representative for Mont Alto on the all-conference team as Brittany Jackson from Penn State Beaver was selected as the league's Player of the Year. Kendra Pfeil from Penn State Hazleton was voted Newcomer of the Year, and head coach Larry Johnson from the PSUAC Championship winning squad Penn State Brandywine was voted Coach of the Year from his peers.

Miller finished the 2017-18 as Mont Alto's leading scorer netting 16.8 points per game, which ranked sixth in the PSUAC. The sophomore guard heated up towards the end of the season finishing with 10-straight games with 10 or more points. She was no slouch on the boards either averaging 8.2 rebounds. She finished the season with eight double-doubles.

Miller's efforts helped the Nittany Lions to a 5-18 overall record with the team winning a pair of PSUAC contests against Fayette and Greater Allegheny during the 2017-18 season.

Karley Coleman (Hanover, Pa. / Delone Catholic) was selected as Mont Alto's representative for the John Fritz Sportsmanship Award. Coleman served as the quite leader on and off the court doing a lot of the little things extremely well. She averaged a career-high 5.5 assists per game and also grabbed 5.1 rebounds per game while averaging 7.8 points.

Named after former PSUAC Commissioner John Fritz, the sportsmanship award is given to one player from each team in the league who best displays the core values of the league and sportsmanship to teammates and opponents throughout the season.

2017-18 All-PSUAC Women's Basketball Team

Player of the Year: Brittany Jackson (Sr.), Beaver

 

Newcomer of the Year: Kendra Pfeil (Fr.), Hazleton

 

Defensive Player of the Year: Ebony Sanders (So.), Lehigh Valley

 

 

Coach of the Year: Larry Johnson, Brandywine

   
     

FIRST TEAM

 

 

 

Name

School

Year

Position

Brittany Jackson

Beaver

Senior

Forward

Nikki Velez

Brandywine

Sophomore

Guard

Makenna Rushannon

Schuylkill

Senior

Guard

Ebony Sanders

Lehigh Valley

Sophomore

Forward

Mckenzie Prutsman

Hazleton

Junior

Guard

 

 

 

 

SECOND TEAM

 

 

 

Name

School

Year

Position

Haley Moreland

Fayette

Senior

Guard

Andrea Watkins

Lehigh Valley

Senior

Guard

Brandi James

Brandywine

Junior

Forward

Emily Colon

York

Senior

Guard

Hannah Bankes

Lehigh Valley

Senior

Forward

 

 

 

 

HONORABLE MENTION

 

 

 

Name

School

Year

Position

Charity Miller

Mont Alto

Sophomore

Guard

Jessica Berger

Scranton

Freshman

Guard

Kendra Pfeil

Hazleton

Freshman

Forward

Corina Rivera

York

Freshman

Guard