World Exposure Report has named Edison State Community College freshman Allison Siefring (St. Henry) a member of the NJCAA Division II Women's Basketball Third Team All-American.
"Allison is the hardest working player I've ever coached," said Head Coach Tim McMahon. "The number of rebounds she is able to get for her size is unbelievable. We look forward to having her return next year."
Siefring a 5-foot-6-inch guard, was a rebounding machine for Edison State this season, pulling down a total of 220 rebounds. In 30 games played, Siefring maintained a 48.5 field goal percentage, 80.1 free throw percentage, and pulled down 11.8 rebounds per game.
Siefring secured six Player of the Week awards during her freshman campaign from the Ohio Community College Athletic Conference (OCCAC).
Siefring was also named the recipient of postseason conference honors: Freshman of the Year, First Team All-OCCAC, All-Freshman Team, and the Division II All-District Team– District Player of the Year Second Runner-Up.
The Lady Chargers finished their season 28-3 overall, earning the title of Co-League Champions and District Champions. The team was scheduled to make an appearance in the NJCAA Region XII D-II National Tournament, which has since been cancelled due to COVID-19 concerns.
World Exposure Report is a recruiting service that provides evaluations for all college programs.