Three Women's Basketball Players Earn Pac-10 Honors
March 8, 2011
Walnut Creek, Calif. – Senior El Sara Greer (Waterloo, Iowa) led all Oregon State players, picking up a pair of Pac-10 honors, announced Tuesday by Pac-10 Commissioner Larry Scott. Redshirt sophomore Sage Indendi (Livingston, Mont.) and freshman Alyssa Martin (Portland, Ore.) also tallied conference accolades. The awards mark the first in all three players’ careers.
Greer was named All-Pac-10 Honorable Mention, while joining four other players on the All-Defensive Team. She led the Pac-10 all season in blocked shots, ending the regular season averaging 3.0 per game. Her 88 blocked shots thus far is a single season school record. Additionally, Greer ranked in the top two in rebounds (8.2 rpg) and top five in field goal percentage (.560).
Indendi also earned All-Pac-10 Honorable Mention accolades after leading the team in conference play with 11.6 points per game. Her 74 three-pointers is also a single season school record, leading the Oregon State guards with a 41.1 field goal percentage, 43.6 three-point field goal percentage.
And Martin was named one of five players on the Pac-10 All-Freshman Team. Martin was the other player to average in double-figures for points, finishing conference play with 10.6 points per game.