HILLSBORO, Ore. – Four Northwest Conference women's basketball student-athletes have earned D3hoops.com All-West Region recognition, the organization announced on Monday.
NWC Player of the Year Jamie Lange (Lake Tapps, Wash.) of Puget Sound was named to the All-West Region first team after an exceptional senior campaign. Lange also earned a second consecutive All-NWC first team honor for her outstanding 2018-19 season. The point guard earned NWC Student-Athlete of the Week for three consecutive weeks during the second half of the season, leading the Loggers to a 12-4 conference record and an NWC Championship appearance. Lange led the conference in free throws per game (11.6), offensive rebounds (105), and points per 40 minutes (28.4).
Whitman's Mady Burdett (Edmonds, Wash.) and Linfield's Molly Danielson (Beaverton, Ore.) earned second team recognition. An All-NWC first team selection, Burnett helped lead the Blues to their ninth consecutive NWC Championship appearance. The Blues finished the season ranked second in conference standings with a 13-3 NWC record and a runner-up finish in the NWC Championship finals. The junior led the conference in three-pointers (81-176) and three-point percentage (46.0), and ranked third in total points (399). Danielson was named to the All-NWC first team, leading the Wildcats to a fourth-place tie in final standings and an NWC Championship appearance with an 8-8 NWC record. The junior led the conference in field goals (186-395), and ranked second in points per game (18.8) and total points (490).
Elizabeth Prewitt (Snoqualmie, Wash.) of Puget Sound earned All-West Region third team recognition after earning All-NWC first team honors and leading the Loggers to a third-place showing in NWC regular season final standings. The senior ranked third in the conference in free throw percentage (82.4) and fourth in points per game (15.8).
Players were nominated for these awards by the Sports Information Directors at the various schools.