TIFFIN, Ohio -- The Independents Collegiate Athletic Association (ICAA) announced on Monday afternoon that Spring Hill College women's basketball players Elissa VandeWaa, Camry Johnson and Amee Smith received recognition as members of the 2014 All-ICAA Women's Basketball Teams.
VandeWaa, a junior point guard from Spanish Fort, Ala., was named to the All-ICAA 2nd team after dishing out a team-leading 115 assists this year. She scored 8.2 points per game and hauled down 3.1 rebounds per game while taking away 47 steals with three blocked shots. VandeWaa shot 35.9% (79-220) from the field and 29.1% (37-127) from 3-point distance.
Johnson, a freshman forward from Faith Academy in Mobile, was selected to the 3rd team. She averaged 4.0 points per night with 6.3 rebounds and shot 38.5% (40-104) from the floor. Johnson also distributed six assists with 17 steals and led the Badgers with 11 blocked shots.
Smith, a freshman guard from Longview, Texas, also appeared on the 3rd team roster after a season in which she scored 6.7 points per game while shooting 35.1% (67-191) from the field. She added 45 assists with 17 steals and pulled in 2.2 rebounds per contest.
Since 2004, the ICAA has given recognition to schools of independent status at the NCAA DII level. The membership in women's basketball includes Bluefield State, Palm Beach Atlantic, Oakland City, South Dakota School of Mines and Technology, Spring Hill, Union and Washington Adventist. All post-season women's basketball awards are chosen by ICAA Director Mike Bond.