Womenís Basketball Hands Out 2002-03 Team Awards
WASHINGTON, D.C. Ė The Georgetown womenís basketball team celebrated its 2002-03 season at the annual team banquet. Rebekkah Brunson (Oxon Hill, Md./Oxon Hill) earned her third consecutive MVP award while teammate Sarah Jenkins (Bowie, Md./Riverdale Baptist) was voted the teamís Best Defensive Player.
Brunson took home two honors over the course of the evening, the first being team MVP and the second was Best Rebounder. Brunson led the Hoyas in scoring and rebounding during the 2002-03 season averaging 16.6 ppg and 10.7 rpg. She was named First Team All-BIG EAST and tied for the league lead in double doubles with 16.
Redshirt junior Jenkins earned the Best Defensive Player Award after her first season in the Blue and Gray. Jenkins consistently matched up with the opposing teamís top guard and ended the year with 35 steals.
Bringing home two awards was first year player Narumol Berggren (Stockholm, Sweeden/ Vasalundgymnasium (Seminole C.C)). Berggren was presented with the Patricia E. Corace Hustle Award and the Scholar Athlete Award. Berggren saw action in 23 games during the course of the season.
Mary Lisicky (Whitehall, Pa./Whitehall) shot 83.5% from the free throw line during the 2002-03 season and earned GUís Best Free Throw Shooter Award. Lisicky also was second on the team in scoring adding 13.2 per game and led the Hoyas in assists with 126. Lisickyís parents earned the teamís Fan of the Year award making almost every Hoya contest home or away.
Senior Santia Jackson (Chicago, Ill./The Latin School) and sophomore manager Karane Williams (St. Catherine, Jamaica) shared the Unsung Heroine Award. Jackson played in 15 games while Williams finished her second season as a team manager.
The Most Improved Player Award was given to senior Zsuzsanna Horvath (Budapest, Hungary/ELTE Trefort Agoston (Central Fla. C.C.)). Horvath ended her final season posting 5.7 points a game and 3.0 boards.