ATLANTA, GA —The Angelo State Rambelles’ basketball season came to a close last weekend, March 11, when they fell to UT Tylers in the semifinal of the South Central Regional 71-61. While the season might be over, one particular Rambelle raked in some post-season honors. Junior Guard Sawyer Lloyd was named an Honorable Mention All-American by the Women’s Basketball Coaching Association (WBCA).
Per angelosports.com, here is the full All-American List selected by WBCA.
Another superstar season on the court and her first career All-American selection happen as the Rambelles had one of their better seasons in program history. For the Wall Native, Lloyd posted a career-best in points per game with 15.5, 8.1 rebounds per game and became the all-time assist leader at Angelo State after compiling 163 assists on the ‘22-’23 season.
Other honors Lloyd received this season included Lone Stary Conference Player of the Week six different times (four defense, two offense) throughout the season. Sawyer also put up nine double-doubles and one triple-double (in the first round for the post-season tournament) this year.
She also eclipsed the 1,000-point mark this season and sits at 10th all-time in scoring at Angelo State with 1,274 points. Now in the Coaching, Sport, Recreation, and Fitness Administration master’s program at Angelo State, the young lady has a bright future ahead of her.
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