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LWC Basketball 2020-21 Rewind, Part 2
Previous Basketball Rewind: LWC Men's Basketball: 2020-21 Rewind
By Kyle Jackson
The Lindsey Wilson women's basketball team rounded up a 19-6 overall record alongside a 13-4 mark in the Mid-South Conference during the 2020-21 campaign. This was good enough for the team to earn a bid into the NAIA National Tournament for the seventh straight season.
The Blue Raiders produced two NAIA All-Americans in Reagan Turner (First Team) and Bree Glover (Honorable Mention). Both players also gathered First Team All-MSC honors as well. Turner led the team in scoring at 22.1 points per game and 2.9 assists per game, while Glover garnered a team-best mark at 10.5 rebounds per game, 1.6 steals per game, and 2.5 blocks per game. Turner etched herself into the 2,000 career point club on Dec. 5 against Freed-Hardeman (Tenn.) and is now the programs all-time leading scorer at 2,284 career points. Glover rolled out eight of the team's 10 total double-doubles on the season and tied the program record for blocks in a game (seven) on Feb. 4 against Campbellsville (KY).
Sydnie Hall emerged as the MSC Freshman of the Year and earned a spot on the MSC Honorable Mention list for her play on the court. Hall led the team in total 3-pointers made (66) with her season-high of seven coming against Pikeville (KY) on Feb. 27. She also tallied the most total assists for the Blue Raiders at 66.
The final All-MSC selection came from Hailey Ison, who made an appearance on the Second Team list. Ison left her mark as one of the top free throw shooters in the conference, finishing at 83.2 percent (79-of-95) for the season. Ison was also selected to the MSC Champions of Character Team for her efforts off the court.
Lindsey Wilson corralled six wins over teams that were either ranked or receiving votes in the NAIA Coaches' Top 25 Poll. One of the top wins of the season came against then-No. 4 Thomas More (KY) on Jan. 18 by a final of 73-63 at Biggers Sports Center. This loss was one of only two all season for the Saints, who eventually received the other defeat in the NAIA National Championship game.
CoSIDA Academic All-America Team
CoSIDA Academic All-District Team
NAIA Players of the Week
WBCA NAIA Coaches' All-American Team Honorable Mention
Mid-South Conference Player of the Year
Mid-South Conference Freshman of the Year
Mid-South Conference Player of the Week
All Mid-South Conference First Team
All Mid-South Conference Second Team
All Mid-South Conference Honorable Mention
Academic All Mid-South Conference
Mid-South Conference Champions of Character Team
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