2003-2004 ACCAC/NJCAA Region I
Women's Basketball News

Sadiq, Ramsey Earn First Team All-American Honors — Central Arizona's Rashidat Sadiq has been named tothe NJCAA Division I All-American First Team, while Terri Ramsey earned Division II All-American First Team honors. Shaquina Mosley, Sugiery Monsac, and Sherlyn Hatch were also named to All-American squads. All-American Teams

Scottsdale Places Second, Central Arizona Third in NJCAA National Basketall Tournaments Scottsdale fought hard before falling 63-41 to NJCAA Division II National Champion Monroe CC (NY). Scottsdale's Terri Ramsey and Aminah Jones were selected to the All-Tournament Team. At the NJCAA Division I National Tournament, Central Arizona defeated Arkansas-Fort Smith 81-75 to capture third place in the nation.

Central Arizona Takes D1 Region Crown, Scottsdale is D2 Region Champs — Central Arizona defeated Eastern Arizona 68-47 to capture the NJCAA Region I Division 1 Championships and earn a spot in the 2004 NJCAA Division I National Tournament. Scottsdale will play in the NJCAA Division 2 National tourney after a 58-50 win over Mesa to capture the Region I Division 2 title. Complete Results & Schedule

Top Seeds Advance in D2, Upset Knocks Out Top Seed in D1 Region 1 Playoffs— In the NJCAA Region 1 Division 1 Playoffs, #4 seed Eastern Arizona scored a 44-41 upset victory over #1 seed Arizona Western to advance to the title game to face #2 seed Central Arizona. On the Division 2 side of the court, top-seeded Scottsdale topped Glendale and #2 seed Mesa upended Pima 57-55 to set up a title game of this season's top two Region 1 Division 2 squads for the Championship. Complete Results & Schedule

Sadiq, Mosley Take Top Player Awards, Cunningham Tabbed Top Coach — Central Arizona's Rashidat Sadiq has been tabbed the ACCAC's 2004 Player of the Year, while her teammate Shaquina Mosley earned Freshman of the Year honors. Arizona Western Head Coach Pat Cunningham was selected as the ACCAC's Coach of the Year. ACCAC Honors | Region 1 Honors

Sadiq Scores BIG to Lead ACCAC — Central Arizona's Rashidat Sadiq tallied 718 points for a 25.6 points per game average to lead the pack in 2004. Individual Stats | Team Stats

Trifecta Achieved for Central Arizona's Mosley — Shaquina Mosley earned her third consecutive ACCAC Player of the Week honor by posting a triple double of 15 points, 11 rebounds and 16 assists in the Vaqueras victory over South Mountain. More

Two Weeks, Two ACCAC Honors for Mosley — Central Arizona's Shaquina Mosley has paced the Vaqueras to a pair of victories in each oof the past two weeks and earned back-to-back ACCAC Player of the Week honors. More

Sherlyn Hatch Tabbed ACCAC Player of the Week — Sherlyn Hatch averaged 27.5 points and 12.0 rebounds per game for South Mountain to earn the ACCAC Player of the Week award for the week ending February 1, 2004. More

Sadiq Takes Second Player of the Week Honor — Rashidat Sadiq, who won the first ACCAC Player of the Week award for the 2003-2004 season, has done it again after averaging 34 points this past week in a pair of Central Arizona victories. More

Pima's Boone Takes ACCAC Weekly Award — Freshman Melinda Boone averaged 19.5 points for Pima in the week to earn the ACCAC's Player of the Week honor. More

Chacon is ACCAC's Third National Player of the Week — Bridget Chacon of Cochise became the third player from the ACCAC to garner NJCAA National Player of the Week honors when she took the honor for the week ending January11. Chacon joins Arizona Western's Sugeiry Monsac and Central Arizona's Rashidat Sadiq as ACCAC players to take home the nation's top weekly women's hoops honor. More

Chacon Triples Pleasure for ACCAC Weekly Honor — Cochise's Bridget Chacon earned the ACCAC Player of the Week honor for the week ending January 10th after posting a triple-double against Southwestern and leading the Lady Aztecs to a pair of victories. More

Monsac Makes it Two in a Row for ACCAC for National Honor — Arizona Western's Sugeiry Monsac became the second consecutive ACCAC player to earn NJCAA Division I National Player of the Week honors. More

Monsac Earns ACCAC's Top Weekly Award — A pair of double-doubles and two victories scored Arizona Western's Sugeiry Monsac (right) the ACCAC Player of the Week honor. More

Marshall, Sadiq Named NJCAA DI National Players of the Week — Mesa's Fred Marshall and Central Arizona's Rashidat Sadiq (left) have been tabbed by the NJCAA as the first Division I Men's and Women's Basketball National Players of the Week for the 2003 season. Men | Women

Central Arizona's Rashidat Sadiq is ACCAC Player of the Week — Two wins...28.5 points per game...14.0 rebounds per game...not a bad week for the first ACCAC Player of the Week for the 2003 women's basketball season. More

2003-04 ACCAC SCHEDULE NOW POSTED — The ACCAC women's hoops schedule will begin on November 1. View Complete Schedule

 

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