UPEI Panthers senior point guard Katie Donahoe has been named a second team all-conference player.
The Atlantic University Sport made the announcement Thursday in Halifax during its banquet. The playoffs begin on Friday.
Donahoe, a five-foot-six Riverview, N.B., native, averaged 11.2 points, 5.6 rebounds, 4.6 assists while playing the most minutes in the country at 759. She averaged 37.95 minutes a game. Teams play 40-minute games.
A look at the AUS award winners announced on Thursday:
MVP – Paloma Anderson, Acadia.
Rookie of the year – Chelsea Provo, St. FX.
Defensive player of the year – Kennisha-Shanice Luberisse, Saint Mary’s.
Coach of the year – Scott Munro, Saint Mary’s.
Tracy MacLeod award nominee – Rachelle Coward, Saint Mary’s.
Student-athlete community service award – Ainsley MacIntyre, Dalhousie.
Paloma Anderson, Acadia
Alison Keough, Cape Breton
Tessa Stammber, Dalhousie
Rachelle Coward, Saint Mary’s
Lindsay Lessard, St. FX
Kennisha-Shanice Luberisse, Saint Mary’s
Grace Wade, UNB
Katie Donahoe, UPEI
Alexandra Berry, Acadia
Colleen Keane, Cape Breton
Chelsea Provo, St. FX
Kelsey Rice, Acadia
Megan Thompson, Dalhousie
Sophie Gaube, Dalhousie
Andreanne Ennis, Memorial