Havens Named To D2CCA All-Southeast Regional Team

Havens Named To D2CCA All-Southeast Regional Team

MOUNT OLIVE, N.C. - Felecity Havens of the University of Mount Olive women's basketball team keeps adding accolades to her resume, as she picked up a seat on the All-Southeast Region First-Team as announced by the Division II Conference Commissioners Association (D2CCA) on Monday afternoon.

Havens, who was recently named Conference Carolinas Player of the Year, finished the season as the conference leader in points (680), points per game (24.3), free throw percentage (86.6), and was in the top-10 in rebounds per game (3rd - 9.8), field goal percentage (7th - 45.9), steals per game (5th - 1.8), total rebounds (4th - 274), offensive rebounds per game (7th - 3.1), and defensive rebounds per game (5th - 6.7). Havens also earned a spot on the Conference Carolinas 1st-Team All-Conference.

Student-athletes that made the first-team are now eligible for All-American consideration.

Sports information directors from NCAA Division II Southeast Region schools and conferences selected the two D2CCA All-Southeast Region teams. The process concludes with All-America selections announced later in the month.

For the full release from the D2CCA click here.

2017-18 Division II Conference Commissioners Association Women's Basketball All-Southeast Region Team
First Team
Tatiana Wayne, Columbus State University (Jr. - Lawrenceville, Ga.)
Haris Price, Carson-Newman University (Jr. - Gatlinburg, Tenn.)
Marta Miscenko, Wingate University (Sr. - Riga, Latvia)
Mika Wester, Carson-Newman University (Jr. - Newport, Tenn.)
Felecity Havens, University of Mount Olive (Jr. - Lorain, Ohio) 

Second Team
Keidra Smith, Limestone College (Sr. - Mebane, N.C.)
Shaunice Fulmore, Francis Marion University (Jr. - Lake City, S.C.)
Breshay Johnson, Lander University (Sr. - Hopkins, S.C.)
Kianna Wynn, Barton College (Jr. - Knightdale, N.C.)
Chelsea Mitchell, Lander University (Jr. - Laurel, Md.) 

Southeast Region Player of the Year
Tatiana Wayne, Columbus State University (Jr. - Lawrenceville, Ga.)