San Antonio - Trinity senior Micah Weaver was elected the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference Women's Basketball Co-Player of the Year, heading a group of five Tigers named to the All-SCAC Team.
Joining Weaver on the All-SCAC First Team was sophomore Abby Holland. Senior Mollie Hughes and first-year Emily Daniel made the All-SCAC Third Team, and first-year Julia Ackerman was an Honorable Mention selection.
Weaver is finishing an outstanding two-year career at Trinity, as the 22nd-ranked and defending champion Tigers compete in the SCAC Tournament at Colorado Springs, Colorado. Entering the tournament at Colorado College, Weaver leads the conference in scoring with 19.3 points per game. She is second in SCAC field-goal percentage and steals, third in 3-point field-goals percentage, and fourth in assists.
Holland moved up to the All-SCAC First Team this season, as she was a Third Team honoree in 2017. She averaged 14.1 points per matchup before the tournament and is in the top-10 in the conference. Holland also leads the Tigers in rebounds, good for the top-20 in the SCAC, and is in the top-five in conference steals..
Hughes is now a three-time All-SCAC honoree, as she made the Second Team in 2016 and the Honorable Mention squad last season. She is ranked in the top-five in SCAC blocked shots and in the top-20 in scoring.
Daniel stands third on the Tiger team in scoring, at 10.3 points per game and is in the top-15 in the conference. Ackerman is a sharpshooter and is in the top-10 in SCAC buckets made beyond the arc.
Trinity (22-3), led by sixth-year Head Coach Cameron Hill, will compete for its third straight SCAC Championship on Sunday.