Honors still pouring in for CMU’s Sigl, Selsor
Kelsey Sigl and Katrina Selsor continue to receive national attention for their senior seasons on the Colorado Mesa University women’s basketball team.
Sigl, a 6-foot forward from Bismarck, N.D., on Monday was selected to the Women’s Division II Basketball Bulletin’s All-America first team, with Selsor, a 6-1 forward from Glenwood Springs, making the honorable mention team.
It’s the third such honor this season for Sigl, who made the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association’s first team and the Daktronics second team, and is a third-team Academic All-America selection.
Sigl, the RMAC player of the year and three-time first-team all-conference selection, set the school single-season scoring record with 610 points this season, averaging 18.5 points a game.
Selsor, a unanimous first-team all-RMAC selection, also made the WBCA All-America honorable mention team, announced the night before the Mavericks played in the first NCAA Division II Elite Eight in school history.
A four-time all-conference player, Selsor averaged 14.4 points and 8.2 rebounds this season for the Mavericks, who finished 31-2.
Colorado Christian’s Taylor Torres made the D-II Bulletin’s all-freshman team, with Ashland University’s Kari Daugherty, who led the Eagles to the national championship, selected the player of the year.
Metro State’s Jonathan Morse made the men’s second team and Derrick White of CU-Colorado Springs made the all-freshman team.