Duo Represents ODAC in Annual Awards Announcements
FOREST, Va. --- Bridgewater College guard Jessica Mullen and Hollins University guard Jasmine Greene earned All-South Region recognition as D3hoops.com announced its annual all-region awards. Mullen earned a spot on the second team, while Greene was tabbed to the third team.
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Mullen, a senior guard from Purcellville, Va., is a three-time All-ODAC First Team selection, having also earned the ODAC's Player of the Year award after leading the Eagles to a 14-11 overall record (11-5 in conference) and the fourth seed in the 2013 ODAC Tournament. Mullen finished fourth in the conference in scoring at 15.8 points per game and fourth in the league in free throw percentage (80.0 % on 76-of-95 shooting). She scored double digits in 21-of-25 games this year, including two 28-point outbursts. She also led the ODAC in steals with 80. Mullen's ODAC Player of the Year honor is just the third overall for a Bridgewater women's basketball player, but the second in the last three years. Jordan Burkholder earned the honor in 2011.
Greene, a senior from Hampton, Va., adds this honor to an All-ODAC First Team selection in 2013, second team honors in 2011 and 2012, and the 2010 ODAC Rookie of the Year award. Greene finished atop the conference in scoring at 19.4 points per game and was second in assists (104) and steals (68). She scored in double figures in 23-of-25 games played, including a pair of 30-plus point outbursts. She notched an ODAC season-best 37 markers in a win over Emory & Henry. Greene graduates as the Hollins all-time leader in points (1,760), assists (393) and steals (270) in 100 career games played.
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