MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. – Guilford College senior Anais Weatherly (Winston-Salem, N.C./Mount Tabor) earned First Team All-South honors from D3hoops.com Monday. Selections were nominated and selected by regional sports information directors, as well as website staff.
Weatherly, a 5-10 forward, led Guilford in scoring (13.7 ppg.), rebounding (8.5 rpg.), assists (3.3 apg.) and steals (4.1 spg.). A First Team All-Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) pick and the Most Outstanding Player of the 2017 ODAC Tournament, she set school standards for steals (115) and steals per game this season. Weatherly ranks sixth among NCAA Division III thefts per game leaders through games of March 11. She also stands among the league’s top-eight in seven categories. Weatherly became the 19th member of Guilford’s women’s basketball 1,000 career points club in a November win over MacMurray College. A member of the D3hoops.com Team of the Week (11/29) and an ODAC Women’s Basketball Player of the Week (12/5), she had a club-high 11 double-doubles this season, third-most in the ODAC, plus 10 games with five or more steals. One of her best performances of the year was in the opening-day win over Greensboro College Nov. 15 when she collected 21 points, 14 rebounds and nine steals in the Quakers’ 70-56 victory.
Weatherly concludes her college career ranked among the Quakers’ top-10 all-time leaders in 12 different statistical categories, including points (1,359, 6th), rebounds (836, 4th), assists (260, 9th) and steals (320, 2nd). She owns three of the top-10 single-season steals total in school history. Weatherly was a second-team D3hoops.com all-region pick last year, as well as an All-South and honorable mention All-American according to the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association. She was a three-time All-ODAC selection in her career and was named Guilford’s Best Female Athlete for the 2015-16 season.
Coach Stephanie Flamini’s Quakers posted the second-best record in school history (24-4) and won the school’s fifth ODAC Tournament title. Guilford earned its sixth trip to the NCAA Division III playoffs where it fell in the first round to visiting Marymount (Virginia) University, 74-70. Flamini could return as many as eight letter winners next fall.