CCAA Women's Basketball Players of the Month
March 1, 2011 - The CCAA has listed the CCAA Basketball Athletes of the Month for February. The CCAA Athlete of the Month program recognizes student-athletes for their outstanding event performance and athletic accomplishments during that month.
The distinction is bestowed upon one male and one female student-athlete in each conference participating in the CCAA Basketball; the five conferences are the Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference (ACAC) the Atlantic Colleges Athletic Association (ACAA), the British Columbia Colleges Athletic Association (BCCAA), the Ontario Colleges Athletic Association (OCAA) and the Réseau du sport étudiant du Québec (RSEQ).
Ann Conrod, Mount Saint Vincent University
Ann Conrod of Mount Saint Vincent University Mystics has been a pillar of consistency throughout the month as a guard and in defense. Conrod is averaging 12 points, six rebounds, and five assists per game. Ann is in her third year in the Bachelor of Public Relations program.
Jenna Kantz, University of British Columbia Okanagan
Jenna Kantz of UBC Okanagan is the only fifth year player on the Heat roster. The co-captain guard leads the league with 5.27 assists per game and is third in scoring averaging 20.24 points a game. She has been in double figures for scoring in six of the last seven games. Jenna will be graduating this year in nursing with a 95% average.
Sara Levesque, St Clair College
Sara Levesque of St Clair College is a strong force in OCAA women’s basketball. She leads the OCAA league with 20.5 points a game, third in blocked shots and fifth in rebounding. She is a two-time OCAA West Team All Star. Levesque will complete her career as the all-time leading scorer in St. Clair women’s basketball history, amassing 1186 points in 90 games with an average of 13.2 points per game over her career.
Andria Carlyon, Grand Prairie Regional College
Andria Carlyon of Grand Prairie Regional College has an outstanding month. She collected four double/doubles in four league games, scoring over 20 points and nabbing 10 or more rebounds in every game. She also averaged 23.7 points per game and 11.5 rebounds per game, helping her team to a 3-1 record for the month. She is the ACAC’s leading scorer and rebounder. Carlyon is in her second year of the Bachelor of Science program.
Mariam Sylla, Collège Montmorency
Mariam Sylla of Collège Montmorency has been named RSEQ’s MVP for two years running. Armed with impressive statistics, she is currently ranked first in the league for points per game and second in rebounds. This second-year student has been selected for the National Development U-18 Team and dreams of a professional basketball career.
Congratulations to all athletes on their performances this month!