HPU’s Robertson Named To NCCSIA All-State Team

HIGH POINT, N.C. – Redshirt-senior Stacia Robertson continued to pile up awards on Monday as she was named to the NCCSIA All-State University First Team.

Robertson led the Panthers to their second consecutive 20-win season in 2014-15 by posting 16.3 points and 10.0 rebounds per contest. The Grand Island, Neb. native, became the second player in HPU history to win the Big South Player of the Year award. She also was named to the All-Big South First Team in her final two seasons with the Purple & White.

The forward posted 13 double-doubles in 31 games while leading the conference in shooting percentage (.579). Robertson finished her career as one of two Panthers in the program’s Division I history to amass 1,200 points and 800 rebounds.

On Thursday, Robertson signed to play professionally with the Bendigo Lady Braves in the South East Australian Basketball League. You can read about that here.

NCCSIA All-State University Division Women’s Basketball Teams
Stacia Robertson, High Point University
Kelva Atkins, UNC Wilmington
Maryah Sydnor, Appalachian State
Lucy Mason, UNCG
Kiera Gaines, Campbell University

Justin Taylor, Western Carolina
Lefty Webster, Charlotte
Olivia Parker, Gardner-Webb
Sam Coffer, Elon University
Jarae Savage, UNCG

NCCSIA All-State College Division Women’s Basketball Teams
Camille Glymph, Mars Hill University
McKenzie Owen, Belmont Abbey College
Chantal Dunbar, Wingate University
Jazmine Charles, Lenoir-Rhyne University
Katie Williams, Brevard College

Quantashea Lewis, Salem College
Shanita Hampton, Greensboro College
Anais Weatherly, Guilford College
Tiffani Stephens, Greensboro College
Jessi Hayes, Meredith College