Clarksville, Ark.-Four University of the Ozarks women?s basketball players received recognition from the American Southwest Conference, it was announced Wednesday by ASC Media Relations Director Greg Weghorst.
Senior forward Jordyn Ferrell earned ASC All-East Division Second Team honors. Senior guard Chelsea Glasscock was voted to the ASC All-East Division Honorable Mention Team. Forward RaShelle Goldman and guard Ashley Hipps were named to the ASC All-East Division Freshman Team.
Ferrell, a 5-foot-9 native of West Fork, Ark., finished seventeenth in the conference in scoring (10.7), seventh in assists (3.2), fourth in free throw percentage (78%) and third in assist-to-turnover ratio (1.4). Ferrell was the team’s second leading scorer and tied for the team-lead in rebounding (5.4). She was the team-leader in assists per game and total assists (79). A starter in all 25 games, she reached double figures 13 times, including a 26-point, 11-rebound effort against Hendrix College in November. Ferrell made 14-of-14 from the free throw line in that game and later hit 10-of-10 against Bacone College. She was named to the Capital One Academic All-District Team earlier in the month and is a member of the ASC All-Academic Team.
Glasscock, a 5-foot-2 native of Prairie Grove, Ark., finished twelfth in the ASC in assists (2.4), tenth in steals (1.9), fifth in three-point percentage (38%) and tied for the league-lead in three-pointers per game (2.3). Glasscock averaged 9.0 points per game, third-highest on the team, and made a team-best 54 three-pointers. She led the team in steals with 45 and hit 23-of-28 (82%) from the free throw line. She reached double figures in scoring 11 times, including a season-high 18 against Texas-Tyler. She made a three-point in 22 games and made five from long range twice. She finishes her career ranked tenth at Ozarks in career assists (244). She scored 713 points, recorded 162 steals and made 155 three-pointers in her career.
Goldman, a 6-foot-1 native of Lincoln, Ark., played in all 25 games averaging 4.6 points and 1.4 rebounds per contest. Goldman tied for second on the team in three-pointers with 24. Goldman hit 24-of-69 (34%) from the three-point line and made at least one three-pointer in 14 games. She made 5-of-6 from long range and scored 15 points against Texas-Tyler.
Hipps, a 5-foot-6 native of Greenland, Ark., averaged 3.8 points, 1.9 assists and 1.9 rebounds per game. Hipps totaled 48 assists, third-highest on the team, and played in all 25 games. A starter in two games, Hipps reached double figures in scoring in three of the Lady Eagles’ final six games. She had 16 points and hit 4-of-8 from the three-point line against Texas-Dallas.