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Women's Basketball - Tue, Mar. 14, 2017

The Harris-Stowe Hornets Women's Basketball team who finished the season with a 19-12 record under second year Head Coach Hana Haden had two players recognized for their efforts on the court. Senior forward Brionna Taylor and senior guard Angela Randall were both selected to the American Midwest Conference All-Conference team. Haden on the impact these two had this season, "I'm really proud of both Brionna and Angie for the senior seasons that they put together.  They carried our team on the offensive end all year.  I was really happy with the way Brionna transitioned in and took on a huge role as our leading scorer and rebounder in her first year in the program.  She found ways to score despite being double teamed almost every night.  She was unstoppable on the block and her ability to step out and shoot on the perimeter made her even tougher to defend.  Angie has been huge for us in both seasons that she been here.  This year she improved her three point shooting which made her harder to guard.  Her aggressiveness and ability to make plays on both ends of the floor was a huge key for our team's success."

Brionna Taylor who is from Springfield, Illinois was selected as second team all-conference as she led the Hornets with 13.8 points per game and 7.2 rebounds per game in her one season as a Hornet.  She was sixth in the AMC in scoring and her 30 blocks on the season were the fifth most in the conference.  Taylor finished sixth in the AMC in rebounds (222) and helped the Hornets finish 12th in the nation with 43.4 rebounds per game.    

Angela Randall finishes her career at Harris-Stowe while contributing a large role that helped the Hornets win a two year record 38 victories.  She was selected as a third team all-conference selection as she averaged 13.5 points per game finishing third in the AMC with 3.68 assists per game.  Randall was the leader of a tough defensive team that finished seventh in the nation with allowing only 55.9 points per game.  Her 65 steals ranks 31st in the country individually and helped the Hornets to the 21st most steals as a team (10.4 per game). 

 
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