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Greenville represented by two on SLIAC women's basketball all-decade team

Greenville represented by two on SLIAC women's basketball all-decade team

The St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference is proud to announce its All-Decade team, from 2010-19, for women's basketball. Greenville was represented by Laura Goodnight and Wesley Woodard.  Selections were made using a system that awarded points based on All-Conference selections. In addition, any player receiving the Player of the Year award during a season earned a selection. Coaches were picked based on Coach of the Year awards won during the time span. 

SLIAC Women's Basketball All-Decade Team (2010-19)

Coach Tracey Braden, Westminster College
A coach of the Blue Jays from 2007-17 she is the winningest coach in program history and won three SLIAC Coach of the Year awards during the last decade including back-to-back tournament titles in 2012 and 2013.

Coach Charlie Just, Spalding University
Coach Just recently retired from coaching, collecting three SLIAC Coach of the Year awards during his tenure. He led the Golden Eagles to a regular-season title in 2014-15 and won back-to-back tournament titles in 2014 and 2015.

Kendahl Adams, Westminster College
An immediate force in the conference upon her arrival, averaged 19.4 points per game in her two seasons; earning First Team All-Conference honors both years.  In 2018-19 she became the first conference player to receive WBCA All-America honors in nearly two decades.

Rachel Backes, Westminster College
Started the decade with a SLIAC Player of the Year award, earning First Team All-Conference honors twice during the decade. She was one of two players in the last ten years to be named All-American by DIII News. 

Caty Eeten, Eureka College
Possibly the most dominant player in conference history, Eeten was a four-time All-Conference player, earning First Team honors three times. She was the SLIAC Player of the Year in 2011-12 and is the SLIAC's all-time leading scorer with 1,960 points.

Kasey Gatson, Westminster College
Gatson was named All-Conference First Team twice in her career, leading the conference in three-point field goal percentage (.463) as a junior and ranking 4th in SLIAC career three-point percentage.

Laura Goodnight, Greenville University
A three-time All-Conference player, she averaged 12.0 points and 5.3 rebounds while finishing 5th in the SLIAC in career blocks.

Jessica Guy, Spalding University
Guy was named First Team All-Conference twice during her career, helping her team to SLIAC Tournament titles in each of those seasons. Averaged 12.5 points and 9.9 rebounds during her career. 

Emily Haring, Fontbonne University
A three-time All-Conference player shared SLIAC Player of the Year honors as a senior. She has three of the top seven assist seasons in conference history and is the league's all-time leader with 572; ranking her 3rd in NCAA Division III history. 

Kelly Harrod, Spalding University
A two-time First Team All-Conference selection she was named the SLIAC Player of the Year in 2012-13 when she also earned All-American honors after averaging 18.4 points and 10.3 rebounds per game.

Kerstin Hayes, Spalding University
Received First Team All-Conference nod three times during her career. Averaged 11.9 points per game during her career with 213 career three-point field goals; ranking her 4th in SLIAC history.

Leigh Ann Lutz, Westminster College
Lutz was named All-Conference three times, twice as a First Team pick. She averaged 13.0 points per game in her career and is the SLIAC leader in career three-point field goals made (243).

Alex Martin, Spalding University
A complete player on the court, Martin was a four-time All-Conference pick; earning First Team honors three times. She capped off her career as the SLIAC Player of the Year and finished her career with 1,357 points, 474 rebounds, 376 assists, and 183 steals.

Darby Massner, Iowa Wesleyan University
The only three-time SLIAC All-Conference player in program history. Massner finished with 1,223 career points and 611 rebounds.

Hayley Renau, Eureka College
Was a two-time All-Conference player, receiving the SLIAC Player of the Year award in 2017-18 when she helped the Red Devils to the NCAA Tournament.

Kelsey Shoemake, Eureka College
Shoemake was selected All-Conference three times including a First Team nod as a senior. Averaged 13.5 points and 9.8 rebounds per game while shooting 53-percent for her career and ranks 5th in SLIAC career rebounds.

Rylee Stafford, Fontbonne University
The only active player on the All-Decade team she has picked up All-Conference honors twice and was the SLIAC Player of the Year in 2019-20 when she averaged 16.5 points per game and tied the SLIAC single-season record with 80 three-point field goals.

Lindsay Sydness, Principia College
One of the top defensive players in league history, Sydness earned First Team All-Conference twice during her career. She scored 826 points in her career and totaled a conference record 391 blocks with the Panthers.

Raven Venegas, Fontbonne University
Finished her Griffin career with three All-Conference nods, including one First Team Selection. Scored 1,000 points in her career with over 500 rebounds while shooting 51-percent from the field.

Karla Vietinghoff, Iowa Wesleyan University
One of the most impactful players in league history, transferred in and immediately helped Iowa Wesleyan to a SLIAC regular-season title in 2014. She was named SLIAC Player of the Year in both years she played at Iowa Wesleyan. 

Rachel Williams, Iowa Wesleyan University
Williams was named All-Conference three times during her career, including two First Team picks. She was selected SLIAC Player of the Year in 2015-16 when she averaged 16.0 points, 5.4 rebounds, and 4.6 assists per game.

Wesley Woodard, Greenville University
A two-time First Team All-Conference selection, Woodward averaged 10.9 points during her career and is 5th in SLIAC career field-goal percentage.

Andrea Zalis, Westminster College
A versatile player, Zalis was earned All-Conference honors all four years, including twice as a First Team pick. She the SLIAC Co-Player of the Year in 2016-17 and ranks in the top ten in SLIAC career points and three-point field goals.

Maggie Zehner, Webster University
A three-time All-Conference selection during the decade including First Team honors as a senior.