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Ginny Mills Named to Daktronics All-American Third Team

Ginny mills jumps over the competition

Glenville State junior guard Ginny Mills has been named to the Daktronics All American Third Team

Glenville, W. Va. – Glenville State’s  Ginny Mills has been named to the Daktronics All-American Third Team.

Mills, a 5’7” junior guard from Steubenville, Ohio, led the Pioneers to the NCAA Tournament and a top-15 national ranking. A first-team all-conference performer, Mills picked up three WVIAC Player of the Week honors this season.

She also led GSC to a 20-game winning streak during the campaign. Mills led the conference in made three-point field goals (122, 3.94 per game) and was second in the WVIAC in scoring and was tops on her squad with 19 points a night.

She was also second in the WVIAC in free throw percentage (.863), third in steals per game (2.65) and sixth in three-point field goal percentage (.395). Mills helped the squad average 95.3 points per game despite playing just 22.3 minutes per contest in the up-tempo style of play.

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First Team

Player                                 School                             Pos.        Ht.        Class       Hometown

Kari Daugherty                    Ashland                           G / F        6-1        Sr.           Fresno, Ohio

Bianca Simmons                 UMass-Lowell                   G             5-6        Sr.           Middletown, Conn.

Drameka Griggs                  Clayton State                   G             5-5        Sr.           Ellenwood, Ga.

Hillary Southworth               West Liberty                     G             5-10      Jr.           Twinsburg, Ohio

Kiara Wright                        Tarleton State                   C             6-1        Jr.           Pittsburg, Texas

2012-13 National Player of the Year: Kari Daugherty, Ashland

Second Team

Player                                 School                             Pos.        Ht.        Class       Hometown

Danielle Wilson                   Dowling                           F             6-3        Sr.           Bay Shore, N.Y.

Erin Mann                           Holy Family                      F / C        6-1        Sr.           West Chester, Pa.

Kelsey Sigl                         Colorado Mesa                F             6-0        Sr.           Bismarck, N.D.

Nayo Raincock-Ekunwe        Simon Fraser                   F             6-2        Sr.           Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Keuna Flax                          Central Missouri               F             5-11      Jr.           Haltom City, Texas

Third Team

Player                                 School                             Pos.        Ht.        Class       Hometown

Lauren Batista                     Bentley                            F             6-0        Jr.           North Easton, Mass.

Kira Harvey                         Lynn                                G             5-10      Sr.           Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.

Britt Harris                           Western Washington         C             6-2        Sr.           Marysville, Wash.

Judy Jones                         Grand Canyon                  G / F        5-9        Jr.           Monroe, La.

Ginny Mills                          Glenville State                  G             5-7        Jr.           Steubenville, Ohio

Honorable Mention

Player                                 School                             Pos.        Ht.        Class       Hometown

Laura Kinderknecht              Washburn                        G             5-7        Sr.           St. Mary’s, Kan.

Bria Jackson                       Queens College                G             5-4        Sr.           Rochester, N.Y.

Kristen Hanzer                     Fayetteville State              G             5-10      Sr.           Youngsville, N.C.

Carly Boag                          Minot State                      F             6-2        Jr.           Tamworth, Australia

Anika Whiting                      Concordia-St. Paul           F             6-2        Soph.      Ashland, Wis.

Teisha King                         Texas-Permian Basin        G             5-8        Sr.           El Paso, Texas

Andrea Carter                      Midwestern State              F             5-10      Soph.      Angelton, Texas

Kayla Brown                        Findlay                            G / F        5-10      Sr.           Mt. Blanchard, Ohio

Daiva Gerbec                      Ashland                           F             6-0        Sr.           Dublin, Ohio

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