Osh Brown named third team All-Met
NEW YORK – Osh Brown Rutgers women’s basketball team was named a third-team All-Met by the Metropolitan Basketball Writers Association on Friday. There are 21 colleges and universities under the Met Basketball Division I umbrella.
Brown, who leaves the college game with 1,821 career points, was named All-Big Ten Honorable Mention after her graduation season “On the Banks” and recently earned All-Star recognition at the ProHoops Combine in Minneapolis. . Brown maintained and extended his active NCAA lead in double-doubles and rebounds last season as the Scarlet Knight. Twelve double-doubles this winter gave Brown 61 for his career, while his 9.1 rebounds per game ranked fifth in the Big Ten and brought his career rebound total to 1,389, more than any other active player in the the country and No. 27 all-time. in the NCAA career rebounding record book.
In Big Ten play this season, Brown rose to the challenge and increased his scoring average to 12.2 ppg in 17 games, including 14.7 ppg in three wins as Rutgers finished the regular season with three victories in his final. five games. Overall for the season, she added 1.3 assists and 1.0 steals per contest while converting 50% of her shots from the field. She led the team with 30.1 minutes per game.
Brown made a quick impact on his new team on Nov. 26 against DePaul in the Paradise Jam on the Virgin Islands, recording the program’s first 20-point, 20-rebound double-double since current WNBA star Betnijah Laney in 2014 against the UNC. It was Brown’s first of 10 double-doubles this season, a mark that ranks fourth in the Big Ten.
Sidney Cooks, Seton Hall • 6-4, Sr., C, Kenosha, WI
Anna DeWolfe, Fordham • 5-9. Jr., G, Cumberland, ME
Hsu Abbey, Colombia • 5-11, So., G, Parkland, Fla.
Lou Lopez-Sénéchal, Fairfield • 6-1, Sr., W, Grenoble, France
Lauren Park-Lane, Seton Hall • 5-6, Jr., G, Wilmington, DE
Madison Stanley, Fairleigh Dickinson • 6-1, Gr., F, Woodbridge, NJ
Dee Dee Davis, Manhattan • 5-8, Jr., G, Bronx, NY
Kaitlyn Davis, Colombia • 6-0, Jr., G/F, Norwalk, CT
Andra Espinoza-Hunter, Seton Hall • 5-11, Gr., F, Ossining, NY
Pagan India, Stony Brook • 6-1, Gr., W, New London, CT
Courtney Warley, Manhattan • 6-3, Gr., C, West Chester, Pennsylvania
Kadaja Bailey, St. John’s • 6-0, Senior, G, Long Beach, NY
Osh BrownRutgers • 6-1, Gr., F, Chillicothe, OH
Emilija Krista Grava, Wagner • 6-0, Sr., W, Ligatne, Latvia
Ally Lassen, St. Francis Brooklyn • 6-1, 5th, W, Point Pleasant, NJ
Anastasia Warren, Stony Brook • 5-8, Sr., G, Atlanta, Georgia
Player of the Year: Lauren Park-Lane, Seton Hall
Rookie of the Year: Kitty Henderson, Colombia • 5-10, Fr., G, North Curl Curl, Australia
Coach of the year: Joe Frager, Fairfield