Curtis, White named to All-HCAC women’s hoops squad

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RICHMOND, Ind. – Earlham College women's basketball juniors Zoe Curtis (New Castle, Ind./New Castle) and Camryn White (Louisville, Ky./Christian Academy) were the Quakers' representatives on the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference (HCAC) All-Conference teams, which were unveiled Tuesday.

Curtis was a Second Team All-HCAC selection, while White was named to the Honorable Mention squad.

Curtis averaged 12.4 points in 2018-19 – matching White as the Quakers' leader in scoring – to go with 5.6 rebounds, 15 blocks (0.6 per game) while shooting 46.7 percent (120-of-257) from the floor. She finished the season ranked ninth in the HCAC in field goal percentage, and was 12th in the conference in scoring. Curtis recorded 16 double-digit scoring performances, including a season-high 26 points against both Manchester (12/8) and Defiance (1/16), and charted a double-double with 19 points and 14 rebounds against Hanover (2/6).

Curtis is a repeat All-HCAC selection for the Quakers; she was tabbed as an Honorable Mention selection in 2017-18. She is Earlham's first Second Team All-HCAC honoree since senior guard Kasin Spay in 2015-16.

White's 12.4 points last season – tying Curtis for 12th in the HCAC in scoring - included a 108-of-153 ledger at the free-throw line, while her complete stat line boasted 4.9 rebounds and 67 assists (2.7 per game). Her 2.3 steals per game (57 total) was tied for third in the HCAC in steals, matching teammate Acacia Tenette. White tallied 18 double-digit scoring performance over her junior campaign, recording her season-high of 23 points at home against Franklin (1/12). The accolade is White's first All-HCAC honor.

Junior Kyra Joseph (Indianapolis, Ind./Covenant Christian) was Earlham's representative on the Christopher M. Ragsdale Sportsmanship Team. Joseph averaged 7.8 minutes per game over 21 games in 2018-19, averaging 1.6 points with six assists and five steals.

Earlham women's basketball finished its 2018-19 season with an 8-17 overall record – most wins since 2014-15 – under second-year Head Coach Shauna Watson. The Quakers posted a 6-12 record in the HCAC, finishing seventh in the conference standings.

The All-HCAC awards this season brings to four the number of All-Conference honors earned by Earlham women's basketball in Watson's two seasons at the helm.

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