Three Bearcat Basketball Standouts Honored by America East
Three Binghamton Bearcat women's basketball standouts have been honored by America East. The conference announced its All-Conference and major awards this (Tuesday) morning. Senior Rebecca Carmody and sophomore Kai Moon were named Second Team All Conference and Annie Ramil was selected to the All-Rookie Team. Carmody was also selected to the All-Conference Defensive Team.
Carmody heads to the conference playoffs after averaging 13 points and 8.3 rebounds per game. Moon is averaging 12.8 points per game and has made 82 percent of her free throws. Ramil, a graduate of Binghamton High School, is averaging 4.8 points per game and has made 39 percent of her field goals in her first season.
The regular season champion Maine Black Bears earned three major conference awards. America East's leading scorer, Blanca Millan earned Player of the Year and Defensive Player of the Year. Millan leads the conference in scoring with a 17.6 points per game average. She also led the league in steals with a 2.8 per game average and is second in blocked shots with a 1.4 average per game. Maine's Alexia Douglas earns Sixth Player of the Year honors, Kari Brekke from New Hampshire is Rookie of the Year and Maine's Amy Vachon is the America East Coach of the Year.
The Bearcats open their postseason at Albany on Wednesday night facing the Great Danes at 7:00 P.M. Cam Lavallee calls the action from the SEFCU Arena with coverage beginning at 6:45 P.M.