MUHA NAMED TO OUA ALL-ROOKIE TEAM

first_img University of Toronto Varsity Blues women’s basketball forward Jessica Muha was named a member of the all-rookie team as Ontario University Athletics (OUA) announced 2018-19 award winners and all-stars on Tuesday afternoon. OUA All-Rookie TeamKaitlyn Overeem, WaterlooAngeline Campbell, NipissingSofia Lluch, LakeheadJessica Muha, TorontoAlana Renon, Ottawa The first-year standout from Beaconsfield, Que., averaged eight points and 4.4 rebounds in 19 regular season contests this season. A life science major, Muha recorded double-digit points four times in 2018-19, including a season-high 21 points at Waterloo on Nov. 10.  Print Friendly Version OUA Third Team All-StarBurke Bechard, GuelphJama Bin-Edward, RyersonAlyssa Cerino, CarletonBrigitte Lefebvre-Okankwu, OttawaNikki Ylagan, Lakehead OUA Second Team All-StarsMarianne Alarie, Queen’sSarah Besselink, OttawaSarah Gates, McMasterSofia Paska, RyersonMelissa Tatti, Brock OUA First Team All-StarsLeashja Grant, LakeheadNicole Gilmore, CarletonHilary Hanaka, McMasterLinnaea Harper, McMasterBrooklynn McAlear-Fanus, Ottawa Story Links 2018-19 OUA Women’s Basketball Major Award WinnersPlayer of the Year – Leashja Grant, LakeheadCoach of the Year – Andy Sparks, OttawaDefensive Player of the Year – Nicole Gilmore, CarletonRookie of the Year – Katilyn Overeem, WaterlooJoy Bellinger Award – Hilary Hanaka, McMasterTracy MacLeod Award – Mackenzie Robinson, Laurentianlast_img