Greensboro College Pride’ Jennings and Legette selected to D3hoops.com NCAA DIII All-Region Six Teams

Jennings and Legette selected to D3hoops.com NCAA DIII All-Region Six Teams

Greensboro, NC – D3hoops.com has released their NCAA Division III Women’s Basketball All-Region teams and Greensboro College’s Sophomore Audrey Jennings (Elkin, NC) and Senior Ta’Keria Legette (Latta, SC) have been recognized for their outstanding play for the Pride this season.

Jennings, who was also named the USA South Player of the Year and First Team All-Conference, was named to the All-Region Six First Team after averaging 17.4 points/game while shooting 86% from the free-throw line and 31% from the three-point line. Nationally, she was ranked #18 in free-throws made with 128 and #23 in FT %. Jennings scored the most points in the USA South during the regular season with 433 which included a League-best 23.8 points per 40 minutes played. In games against Conference foes-only, Jennings averaged 19.1 points, 4.7 rebounds, 1.8 steals, and 1.7 assists per game. For her efforts, She was also named USA South Player of the week twice this winter.

Legette, who was also named the USA South Defensive Player of the Year and First-Team All-Conference, was named to the All-Region Six Third Team. Legette led the USA South in total steals (96) and steals per game (3.8) during the regular season. Each of those figures place her in the top-ten of all Division III. In League-only contests, Legette kept up her thievery, averaging a USA South-best 3.6 steals per game with a Conference-high 64 takeaways. Additionally, she averaged 14.1 points and 4.4 rebounds per game this season. Nationally, she finished the year ranked #7 in total steals with 103 and #10 in steals/game with 3.68.

The Greensboro College Athletic Department would like to congratulate Audrey and Ta’Keria for receiving these outstanding honor.

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