MONDAY, MARCH 08, 2004
Women's Basketball Tops the A-Sun With 10 All-Academic Honors

March 8, 2004

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - The women's basketball team topped the Atlantic Sun with 10 all-academic honors. It is the third time in five seasons that the Dolphins posted six or more student-athletes on the A-Sun All-Academic list. Junior Rebecca Montz (Erath, La.) led all Dolphins with a perfect 4.0 GPA in her first season with the Dolphins, while starting all 27 games and averaging 10.1 points and 2.7 assists.

Other Dolphins earning all-academic honors were sophomore Andrea Adibe (Austin, Texas), sophomore Sheena Carpenter (Augusta, Ga.), freshman Courtney Hunt (Bath, Maine), senior Katie McDonald (Chandler, Ariz), senior Gemma McInally (Newcastle Upon Tyne, England), freshman Meghan Ostendorf (Marietta, Ga.), senior Lexie Richards (Mercer Island, Wash.), freshman Chamara Warrick (Jacksonville/Ribault) and junior Lauren Woodman (Port Moody, B.C.). Richards earned all-academic honors for the fifth-consecutive season, while junior Woodman earned her third-straight all-academic honor.

McDonald finished the season fourth on the team in scoring with 6.0 points per game and second with 5.0 rebounds per game, while recording the fourth-best single-season steals total with 46. Carpenter finished third in team scoring with 8.7 points per game, while averaging 2.4 steals, while Ostendorf finished her freshman campaign averaging 5.4 points and 3.6 rebounds per game.

A total of 70 Atlantic Sun women's basketball student-athletes received all-academic honors. To be named A-Sun All-Academic, a student-athlete must achieve a 3.0 or higher GPA in the classroom.

JU finished the 2003-04 season with a 78-66 loss to Florida Atlantic on Saturday, March 6.