– Northern Kentucky University’s Angela Healy has been
selected to the All-Great Lakes Valley Conference first team, the
league office announced Thursday.
the Norse’s Cassie Brannen and Jessie Slack each were named
to the All-GLVC third team.
Healy, a 6-foot-1
senior center and a graduate of Highlands High School, averages
14.6 points per game and a GLVC-leading 9.8 rebounds. Healy also
ranks No. 2 in the GLVC in blocked shots (1.75 bpg) and is shooting
52.1 percent from the field.
The Ft. Thomas
native enters Saturday’s GLVC Tournament semifinals with 1,163
career points. She also has 14 double-doubles this season. A year
ago, Healy was named to the All-GLVC second team.
Brannen, a 6-1
junior post player from Mount Notre Dame High School in Cincinnati,
leads the GLVC in blocked shots (1.93 bpg) and shooting percentage
(.564). Brannen averages 12.8 ppg and 4.7 rebounds per contest.
She has scored in double figures 24 times this season. A year ago,
Brannen earned honorable mention All-GLVC accolades.
Slack, a 5-10
junior guard from Mt. Perry, Ohio, averages 13.0 ppg and has made
a team-leading 48 3-pointers this season. The former Sheridan High
School standout also has 70 assists and 41 steals. Slack has scored
in double figures 20 times this season.
Molly Carter was named GLVC Player of the Year, while the Lady Panthers’
Steve Harold earned GLVC Coach of the Year accolades. Samantha Meissel
of Indianapolis was selected as GLVC Freshman of the Year.
LAKES VALLEY CONFERENCE
Molly Carter, Drury, Sr., Guard
Angela Healy, Northern Kentucky, Sr., Post
Jessica Keller, Quincy, Jr., Guard
Tamara McCaskill, Missouri S&T, Jr., Guard/Forward
Amber Shelton, SIU Edwardsville, Sr., Forward
Jasmine Baines, Southern Indiana, Sr., Forward
LaTasha Henry, Kentucky Wesleyan, Sr., Forward
Karla Mast, Indianapolis, Sr., Guard
Kayla Ming, UW-Parkside, Sr., Guard
Angela Smith, Bellarmine, Sr., Guard
Lindsay Ballweg, Drury, So., Guard
Cassie Brannen, Northern Kentucky, Jr., Post
Katie Bunge, Missouri S&T, Sr., Forward
Jessica Canary, Indianapolis, So., Guard
Amanda Gibson, UW-Parkside, So., Guard
Katie McElrath, Missouri S&T, Jr., Center
Samantha Meissel, Indianapolis, Fr., Forward
Denasha Mondy, Bellarmine, Sr., Guard
Melanie Oliver, Drury, So., Forward
Jessie Slack, Northern Kentucky, Sr., Guard
Katie Willinger, Bellarmine, Sr., Forward
PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Molly Carter, Drury
GLVC FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR: Samantha Meissel, Indianapolis
GLVC COACH OF THE YEAR: Steve Harold, Drury