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Three Players Receive Conference Honors For 2002-2003 Season

March 4, 2003
By cnp
Posted in Athletics

Clarksville, Ark.-U of O junior forward Jenna Corbell received All-ASC honors and was one of three players who received conference honors from the league's 15 head coaches.

Corbell was named to the All-ASC Team and All-ASC East Division First Team. Corbell, a 5-10 native of Ashdown, finished second in the conference in scoring (20.3) and rebounding (9.9), fifth in field goal percentage (51%) and ninth in assists per game (3.6). Corbell was the team leader in scoring, rebounding, field goal percentage and steals (1.7) and second on the team in assists and blocks (.5). Corbell had 13 double-doubles this season and scored thirty or more points in five games while leading the Lady Eagles in scoring in 21 of their 25 games. Corbell set a new school rebounding record by tallying 25 rebounds against Hendrix College December 30. Freshman center Mandi Carter of Clarksville was named to the All-East Division second team while senior guard Kristy Watts of Waldron was an All-East Division honorable mention pick for the second consecutive season. Carter, 6-1, finished thirteenth in the conference in scoring (13.2), fourth in rebounding (8.8), seventh in field goal percentage (51%) and fifth in blocked shots (1.0). Watts, 5-7, averaged 10.2 points per game and 3.3 rebounds per game while hitting 75 percent of her free throw attempts. Watts finished her career at Ozarks with 920 points. The Lady Eagles (12-13, 6-6) finished third in the conference.

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