MONTGOMERY, W.Va. - The USCAA has announced the 2012-2013 All-Americans for men’s and women’s basketball. This year, four Golden Bears were featured on this prestigious list of recipients.
On the men’s side, senior guard David Rawlinson
was named a first-team All-American in Division I. Rawlinson led the Golden Bears to a 19-11 finish in the regular season. He averaged 20.8 points a game and finished fifth overall in the USCAA individually. Rawlinson finished second in the USCAA in assists averaging 7.8 a game (Rawlinson had the most assists overall at 227). He recorded the most minutes per game at 37.0 in the USCAA while recording 624 total points on the year for fourth overall. Rawlinson sits 36 points away from scoring 1,000 in only two years as a Golden Bear.
On the women’s side, three Golden Bears received honors. Senior guard Courtney Sturdivant
was named a second-team All-American in Division I while fellow seniors Amber Tully
and Amy Gardner
received honorable mentions.
Sturdivant led the Golden Bears to 15-13 regular season record while finishing fifth in scoring averaging 15.7 points a game. She finished second overall in scoring with 424 points. The New Haven, Connecticut native finished fourth in field goal percentage (.412) while recording 907 minutes on the season.
Tully and Gardner both reached the 1,000 career points mark this season. Tully finished third in the USCAA in minutes played at 949 while finishing second overall in three pointers made (71). Tully also made the most three-pointer attempts of all shooters this season. Gardner, a Medina, Ohio native, finished fifteenth overall in three-point percentage (.353) and fifth in three-pointers made (59).