The Penn State DuBois Women's Basketball team finished their regular season with a record of 15-9. With 15 wins this season, the PSUD squad compiled the most wins in school history second only to the 2011-12 team that finished 16-7. The Lady Lions also finished the season in the USCAA, as the leading rebounding team in the nation with a 54.7 rebound per game average.
The PSUD squad had several season highlights including beating PSUAC conference rival Penn State Beaver for the first time 70-61 in December. In January, they faced off against the #3 team in the USCAA National Coach's Poll, Villa Maria. In a hard-fought game, Penn State DuBois secured the win 79-74, for one of the more notable wins in program history.
Junior Melody Young (Otto-Eldred) became the first player to be recognized on a national level by being named USCAA All-American (HM). She also set school records for most rebounds in a season (238), rebounds in a game (19), and 2pt field goals in a season (114). Many players were recognized for their season accomplishments after posting an impressive 15-9 season record.
Post Season Awards:
USCAA All-American (HM): Melody Young
Team MVP: Kristen Williams
Coach's Award: Grace Earle
Defensive Player of the Year: Gracie Hamilton
Sixth Man Award: Morgan Silvis
Most Improved Player: Laura Fatula
PSUD Highest Shooting Percentage: Hope Bridge
PSUAC John Fritz Sportsmanship Award: Grace Earle
PSUAC Academic All-Conference Team: Grace Earle