Karr, Shellmire, McCoy, and Storkson Honored

Submitted by: Kaci Mexico - March 30th, 2016

 

Krissy Karr (top left), Lauren McCoy (top right), Aysia Shellmire (bottom left), and Karlie Storkson

Krissy Karr (top left), Lauren McCoy (top right), Aysia Shellmire (bottom left), and Karlie Storkson

By Kaci Mexico
March 30, 2016

Four players from the Westmont Women’s Basketball Team were honored with NAIA post-season awards – Krissy Karr, Aysia Shellmire, Lauren McCoy, and Karlie Storkson.

Karr, a 5-6 senior guard from Anaheim was named NAIA Women’s Basketball All- American (first team); Shellmire, a 5-11 forward from Burbank was named NAIA Women’s Basketball All-American (second team); McCoy, a sophomore forward from Arcata was named NAIA Women’s Basketball All-American (third team); and Karlie Storkson, a 5-11 senior guard from Lynnwood, Washington was declared an NAIA scholar Athlete.

Additionally, senior forward Lauren Sende who has made contributions in 33 games for the Warriors this season, was honored as the Westmont Women’s Basketball Champions of Character representative.

Karr finished the season first in the Golden State Athletic Conference and ninth in the NAIA in assists with a total of 154 (4.81 per game); first in the GSAC and seventh in the NAIA in three-point field goals made with a season total of 83 (2.6 per game); and first in the GSAC and 16th in the NAIA in assist to turnover ratio with a ratio of 1.92. Karr was the second highest leading scorer for the Warriors this season with 13.2 points per game. From the field, Karr averaged 36.7 percent (143 of 390).

Shellmire finished the season fourth in the GSAC and eleventh in the NAIA in field goal percentage with a percentage of 51.9; fifth in the GSAC in scoring with an average of 14.1 points per game; and fourth in the GSAC in rebounding with an average of 7.6 rebounds per game. Shellmire led the Warriors in scoring this season with a total of 464 points.

McCoy finished the season second in the GSAC and 13th in the NAIA in rebounding with an average of 8.6 rebounds per game; fifth in the GSAC in field goal percentage with a shooting percentage of 49.6; and 16th in the NAIA in double-doubles with a total of nine on the season. McCoy led the Warriors in rebounding this season with a total of 267.

Storkson, who has made contributions in 30 games for the Warriors this season, is a Religious Studies and Sociology double major at Westmont with a GPA of 3.6.