Jonessa Moore was named a first team All-American for her performance this season. The senior center from Cincinnati, Ohio averaged 18.8 points and 7.7 rebounds per game this season, leading Shawnee State in both categories. Moore was third in field goal percentage nationally at 59.1%, sixth in total scoring, putting in 638 points, and seventh in points per game. Moore was also named a Women's Basketball Coaches' Association NAIA All-American last week at the NAIA National Championship banquet.
Madison Ridout was named second team All-American. Ridout, a junior from Jackson, Ohio, was Shawnee State's second leading scorer at 12.9 points per game, and added in 5.1 rebounds and 3.2 assists per game. Ridout led the Bears in minutes per game, averaging 31.7 over the course of the season, starting all 34 games this season. Ridout was also named Mid-South Conference Defensive Player of the Year, in addition to being first team All-MSC.
Brandie Snow was named honorable mention All-American. Snow, a freshman from Hartville, Ohio, averaged 12.3 points, 6.4 rebounds, 2.8 assists and 1.9 steals per game this season while shooting 52.4% from the field and 47.2% from three. Snow started 33 of 34 games this season, her first with Shawnee State, and was named Mid-South Conference Freshman of the year, in addition to being named first team All-MSC.
In addition to the All-American honors, Madison Ridout and Jen Arnzen (SR/Portsmouth, Ohio) both earned Daktronics NAIA Scholar-Athlete honors. To be eligible for the Scholar-Athlete award, a student athlete must be a junior or senior at their institution and maintain a 3.5 cumulative GPA in that time. Both Ridout and Arnzen were named to the Mid-South Conference's All-Academic team when it was released at the beginning of March.
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