Selsor adds another All-America honor
Colorado Mesa’s Sharaya Selsor was selected to the Women’s Basketball Division II Bulletin’s All-America team Monday.
Selsor, a 5-foot-9 senior guard from Glenwood Springs, made the first team and was one of only two RMAC players recognized. Regis senior Tae’lor Purdy made the honorable mention team.
Selsor finished fourth in the nation in scoring this season, averaging 23.4 points a game, and is one of three finalists for the WBCA national player of the year. Lauren Battista of Bentley (Mass.) University headlined the Division II Bulletin team as the player of the year. Jada Blackwell of Cal Poly Pomona, who along with Selsor and Battista is a finalist for player of the year, also made the first team, as did Central Missouri’s Keuna Flax and Hillsdale’s Megan Fogt.
Chontiquah White and Devin Griffin of West Texas A&M, the national runner-up and the team that defeated Mesa in the South Central Region title game, made the honorable mention team.
Colorado Mesa is 12th out of 17 teams after the first day of the Mustang Women’s Intercollegiate in Goodyear, Ariz. Zoe Woodworth led the Mavericks with a 7-over-par 79 on Monday. Loren Forney shot an 80 and Taylor Walters an 81. Mesa, at 322, is 21 strokes behind first-place Chico State (Calif.).