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Lady Eagles Receive ASC Basketball Recognition

February 26, 2007
By cnp
Posted in Athletics

Clarksville, Ark. — The University of the Ozarks women’s basketball team had three players receive American Southwest Conference honors, announced by the league office on Monday.

Senior center Mandi Carter was named to the ASC All-East Division First Team. Senior forward Jeanne Randall and junior guard Erica Eneks were named Honorable Mention All-East Division. Eneks earned a spot on the ASC All-East Division Defensive Team. It is the fourth time the 6-foot-1 Carter has earned post-season honors from the ASC. A native of Clarksville, Carter proved to be among the top players in the ASC, finishing fourth in scoring (17.3), sixth in rebounding (8.3), eighth in free throw percentage (73%) and fourth in blocked shots (1.6). Carter had only one game in which she scored less than ten points. She had seven games of 20 or more points, and finished with ten double-doubles. Carter’s best performance of the season came against UT-Tyler when she scored 25 points, grabbed 11 rebounds and had five blocks. She had season-high’s of 29 points (vs McMurry) and 14 rebounds (vs Louisiana College). She led the team in scoring on 13 different occasions. Carter earned ASC All-East Division First Team honors as a sophomore and Second Team honors as a freshman and junior. Carter finishes her career as the school’s second leading scorer (1,538) and rebounder (826). She is a graduate of Clarksville High School. Randall, a 5-foot-10 native of Bryant, had a career year, finishing eighth in the ASC in scoring (15.6), thirteenth in rebounding (7.0), fourth in free throw percentage (78%) and tenth in three-pointers made per game (1.2). Randall scored in double figures in all but four games. She led the team in scoring on 11 different occasions and had 32 three-point field goals, tied for tops of the team. Randall’s best game of the season came against East Texas Baptist University when she scored 22 points and grabbed 14 rebounds. She is a graduate of Bryant High School. Eneks, a 5-foot-9 native of Mountainburg, received honors from the ASC for the second time in her career. The sharp-shooting Eneks was again among the team’s leading scorers, averaging 12.3 points per game and hitting 32 three-pointers, tied for tops on the team. It is the third straight season Eneks has averaged in double figures in scoring. She averaged 3.6 rebounds and 2.9 assists per game. Eneks had an outstanding year on the defensive end, collecting 41 (1.5 per game) steals. Her best game of the season came against LeTourneau when she scored 20 points and collected seven rebounds. She earned ASC All-East Division Honorable Mention last season. She is a graduate of Mountainburg High School. All-Conference awards are selected by vote of the 15 league head coaches. The Lady Eagles (9-17, 7-13) made the playoffs for the second straight season.