Women’s Basketball Places Five on Academic All-MAC Team

CLEVELAND, Ohio (EMUEagles.com) – The Mid-American Conference announced its 2021-22 Women’s Basketball Academic All-MAC team today, April 12. A total of 69 student-athletes were named to the team.

Western Michigan turned in the most representatives in the conference with 10, while Bowling Green State, Northern Illinois, and Toledo named eight student-athletes to the squad.   

The Academic All-MAC honor is for a student-athlete who has excelled in athletics and academics. To qualify, a student-athlete must have at least a 3.20 cumulative GPA and have participated in at least 50 percent of the contests for that particular sport.

Earning the honor for EMU were redshirt junior RayJon Harris (Euclid, Ohio-Euclid), senior Courtnie Lewis (Belton, Mo.-Belton), junior Kylee O’Hara (Ajax, Ontario-Henry Street (Florida International)), junior Natalia Pineda (Miami, Fla.-John A. Ferguson), redshirt sophomore Ce’Nara Skanes (Oklahoma City, Okla.-Putnam City West (Florida International)).

2021-22 Women’s Basketball Academic All-MAC Team

Akron (4)

Layne Ferrell, Akron, Junior, Sports Studies, 3.45

Rachel Martindale, Akron, Junior, Business, 3.73

Kendall Miller, Akron, Senior, Education, 3.76

Molly Neitzel, Akron, Junior, Sports Studies, 3.30

Ball State (4)

Thelma Dis Agustsdottir, Ball State, Senior, Actuarial Science, 3.333

Estel Puiggros, Ball State, Junior, Education, 3.358

Annie Rauch, Ball State, Junior, Dietetics, 3.870

Ivet Subirats, Ball State, Sophomore, Biology, 3,362

Bowling Green (8)

Elissa Brett, Bowling Green, Jr., Human Development & Family Studies, 3.250

Molly Dever, Bowling Green, Sr., Exercise Science, 3.805

Sophie Dziekan, Bowling Green, So., Biology, 4.000

Nyla Hampton, Bowling Green, So., Visual Communication Technology (VCT), 3.461

Kadie Hempfling, Bowling Green, Sr., Psychology (undergrad) / MBA Program, 3.828*

Olivia Hill, So., Bowling Green, Human Development & Family Studies, 3.860

Kenzie Lewis, Bowling Green, So., Marketing, 3.850

Madisen Parker, Bowling Green, Sr., Middle Childhood Education, 4.000

Buffalo (2)

Adebola Adeyeye, Buffalo, Senior, Social Science Interdisciplinary, 3.20

Summer Hemphill, Buffalo, Graduate, Education Studies, 3.25

Central Michigan (2)

Molly Davis, Central Michigan, Junior, exercise science, 3.90

Kalle Martinez, Central Michigan, Senior, physical activity specialist, 3.74

Eastern Michigan (5)

RayJon Harris, Eastern Michigan, Senior, Sociology, 3.67

Courtnie Lewis, Eastern Michigan, Senior, Sport Management (Master’s), 3.78

Kylee O’Hara, Eastern Michigan, Senior, English, 3.89

Natalia Pineda, Eastern Michigan, Biology, 3.49

Ce’Nara Skanes, Eastern Michigan, Therapeutic Recreation, 3.34

Kent State (7)

Nila Blackford, Kent State, Junior, Communication Studies, 3.391

Clare Kelly, Kent State, Junior, Sport Administration, 3.781

Mariah Modkins, Kent State, Senior, Fashion Merchandising, 3.630

Casey Santoro, Kent State, Sophomore, General Business, 3.730

Katie Shumate, Kent State, Junior, Biology, 3.208

Lindsey Thall, Kent State, Senior, Biology/Pre-Med, 3.473

Hannah Young, Kent State, Senior, Physical Education, 3.809

Miami (4)

Edyn Battle, Miami, R-Fr., Social Work, 3.41

Katie Davidson, Miami, So., Psychology, 3.25

Peyton Scott, Miami, Jr., Sports Leadership and Management, 3.73

Sydney Watkins, Miami, R-Fr., Sociology, 3.52

Northern Illinois (8)

Mikayla Brandon, Northern Illinois, Senior, Psychology, 3.453

A’Jah Davis, Northern Illinois, Junior, Kinesiology, 3.71

Chelby Koker, Northern Illinois, Junior, Health Science-Pre-Physical Therapy, 3.963

Jayden Marable, Northern Illinois, Sophomore, Business Administration, 3.587

Sidney McCrea, Northern Illinois, R-Freshman, Biomedical Engineering, 3.974

Emily Meinert, Northern Illinois, Senior, Sociology, 3.89

Janae Poisson, Northern Illinois, Graduate, Clinical Mental Health Counsel, 3.485

Brooke Stonebraker, Northern Illinois, Sophomore, Art Studio-Design & Media Arts, 3.867

Ohio (7)

Kaylee Bambule, Ohio, Redshirt Junior, Master’s in Coaching Education, 3.33

Gabby Burris, Ohio, Senior, Master’s in Project Management, 3.57

Kate Dennis, Ohio, Freshman, Business, 3.81

Cece Hooks, Ohio, Senior, Master’s in Coaching Education, 3.28

Erica Johnson, Ohio, Junior, Master’s in Coaching Education, 3.40

Madi Mace, Ohio, Redshirt-Freshman, Arts and Sciences, 3.21

Hunter Rogan, Ohio, Senior, Master’s of Science in Management 4.0

Toledo (8)

Yaniah Curry, Toledo, So., Spanish, 3.976

Nan Garcia, Toledo, So., Business, 3.857

Khera Goss, Toledo, So., Psychology, 3.511

Halle ldowu, Toledo, So., University Studies, 3.508

Jayda Jansen, Toledo, Sr., Communications, 3.849

Sammi Mikonowicz, Toledo, So., Early Childhood Education, 4.000

Hannah Noveroske, Toledo Jr., Nursing, 3.466

Sophia Wiard, Toledo, Jr., Business, 3.875

Western Michigan (10)

Lauren Audino, Western Michigan, Freshman, Biomedical Sciences, 3.41 GPA

Hannah Douglas, Western Michigan, Senior, Food Marketing, 3.51 GPA

Reilly Jacobson, Western Michigan, R-Senior, Counseling Psychology, 3.36 GPA

Lauren Ross, Western Michigan, Sophomore, Psychology, 4.0 GPA

Gabi Saxman, Western Michigan, Sophomore, Early Childhood Education, 3.68 GPA

Hannah Spitzley, Western Michigan, Sophomore, Exercise Science, 3.88 GPA

Abby Voss, Western Michigan, R-Junior, Accounting, 3.58 GPA

Maddie Watters, Western Michigan, Senior, Accounting, 3.43 GPA

Megan Wagner, Western Michigan, Sophomore, Integrated Supply Management, 4.0 GPA

Taylor Williams, Western Michigan, R-Sophomore, Biomedical Sciences, 3.31 GPA

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