Tobin leads Edgewood College’s all-conference selections
2012 All-Northern Athletics Conference Awards
MADISON, Wis. – The Edgewood College women's basketball team may have missed the postseason, but three players were honored by the Northern Athletics Conference. Junior Alison Tobin earned honorable mention all-conference and Mariah Hill was named to the all-freshman team. Senior Sadie Ewing was named to the all-sportsmanship team.
Tobin, a native of Potosi garnered all-conference recognition for the first time in her career after leading the Eagles in both scoring and rebounding. She was named honorable mention all-conference after averaging 11.5 points per game and grabbed 7.1 rebounds per game to rank 11th in the NAC. Of her 178 total rebounds, more than half of them came on the offensive end as she ranked second in the league with 91 offensive rebounds. Along with starting every game, Tobin shot a team-high 41.6 percent from the floor. Tobin posted a career-high in the Eagles' last game of the season, scoring 20 points in the Eagles' win over Rockford College.
Hill was selected to the all-freshman team after being the Eagles' second leading scorer behind Tobin. The freshman from Franklin scored 8.9 points per game and dished out 43 assists, landing her second among Eagles. Hill poured in a career-high and a team-high this season when she scored 23 points in a loss at MSOE on January 7.
Ewing, a senior from Verona was named to the all-sportsmanship team. She played in 19 games after missing the early part of the season with an injury. Ewing tallied a career-best 21 points against Dominican University on Jam the Gym.
Edgewood College finished the season with a 10-15 overall record and 8-10 mark in league play. The Eagles finished fifth in the north division, one spot out of the conference tournament.