Clarksville, Ark.- University of the Ozarks senior guard Erica Eneks was named to the American Southwest Conference Women's Basketball All-Conference Team, it was announced by ASC Media Relations Director Greg Weghorst on Monday.
Eneks is the first Ozarks’ player to receive All-ASC honors since the 2002-03 season. She also earned a spot on the ASC All-East Division First Team.
Eneks, a 5-foot-7 shooting guard from Mountainburg, Ark., had a record-breaking year for the Lady Eagles. She won the 2007-08 regular season ASC scoring title with 510 points (20.4) and broke the school record for career three-pointers (177). Aside from leading the ASC in scoring, Eneks led the league in three-pointers per game (2.44), and was fourth in minutes played (34:40) and thirteenth in three-point percentage (32.8%). Against UT-Tyler on February 7, Eneks scored 44 points, three shy of tying the school’s single game points record (47). The total was third-most in NCAA III this season. In that game, she hit 16-of-26 from the field, including 4-of-11 from the three-point line, and 8-of-8 from the free throw line. Eneks was the team leader in scoring, minutes, three-pointers (62), free throws (109), steals (1.6) and assists (2.0). She scored 20 or more points on thirteen occasions, and 30-plus points three times. She hit four three-pointers in six different games, and had a season-high six against Louisiana College. Eneks ends her four-year career with 1,480 points, fourth all-time at Ozarks. Her 246 career assists ties her for eighth at Ozarks. She earned ASC Player of the Week honors twice this season and was a three-time All-Conference player. She is a graduate of Mountainburg High School.
Olivia Fisher, a 6-foot junior center from Mountain Home, Ark., was named to the ASC All-East Honorable Mention Team. Fisher won the ASC’s regular season rebounding title with 233 rebounds (9.3). She averaged 9.9 points per game, second highest on the team, and led the team in free throw percentage (74.5%). She was second in steals (1.4) and started in all 25 games. She finished the season with three double-doubles and had ten games with ten or more rebounds. She had twelve double-digit scoring performances this season. Her best game of the season came against Texas Lutheran University when she scored 25 points and grabbed 18 rebounds. She was named ASC Player of the Week once this season and was named to the ASC All-East Freshman Team in 2004-05. She is a graduate of Mountain Home High School.
All-Conference awards are selected by vote of the 15 league head coaches.