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Madi Buck was an all-region selection, grabbing honorable mention all-America accolades in the process.
WBCA Honorable mention All-America status for Buck
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Updated: Tuesday 04/26/2014 13:13:28 (ET)
by Mitch Wigness, UND Media Relations
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NASHVILLE -  UND senior Madi Buck earned All-America honorable mention status as the 2014 WBCA Division I Coaches' All-America Team was announced.

The 10-member All-America team was decided from a group of 52 all-region finalists by the selection committee at an in-person meeting held during the 2014 WBCA National Convention.

Buck was the Big Sky Conference Player of the Year, guiding North Dakota to a 22-10 overall mark and league regular season and tournament titles. She poured-in a team-high 16 points per game this season and added 7.3 rebounds to go over 1,200 points and 750 rebounds for her career.

"Madi's hard work paid off," UND head coach Travis Brewster said. "She played consistently all year and what an honor for her. It's great to have her be a part of history again."

Here are the members of the 2014 WBCA Division I Coaches' All-America Team:

  Name Institution Year Pos. Height 
  Stefanie Dolson University of Connecticut Senior Center 6’5”
  Bria Hartley University of Connecticut Senior Guard 5’8”
  Jordan Hooper University of Nebraska Senior Guard 6’2”
  Jewell Loyd University of Notre Dame Sophomore Guard 5’10”
  Kayla McBride University of Notre Dame Senior Guard 5’11”
  Tiffany Mitchell University of South Carolina Sophomore Guard  5’9”
  Chiney Ogwumike Stanford University Senior Forward 6'3”
  Odyssey Sims Baylor University Senior Guard 5’8”
  Breanna Stewart University of Connecticut Sophomore Forward 6’4”
  Alyssa Thomas University of Maryland Senior Forward 6’2”

2014 WBCA Division I Coaches’ All-America Team Honorable Mentions:
  Name Institution Year Pos. Height
  Rachel Banham University of Minnesota Junior Guard 5'9"
  Tiffany Bias Oklahoma State University Senior Guard 5'6"
  Brittany Boyd University of California, Berkeley Junior Guard 5'9"
  Crystal Bradford Central Michigan University Junior Guard 6'0"
  Madi Buck University of North Dakota Senior Forward 6'0"
  Asya Bussie West Virginia University Senior Center 6'4"
  Hallie Christofferson Iowa State University Senior Forward 6’3”
  Jerica Coley Florida International University Senior Guard 5'7"
  Nina Davis Baylor University Freshman Forward 5'11"
  Aaryn Ellenberg University of Oklahoma Senior Guard 5'7"
  Christina Foggie Vanderbilt University Senior Guard 5'9"
  Chelsea Gardner University of Kansas Junior Forward 6’3”
  Markeisha Gatling North Carolina State University Senior Center 6'5"
  Chastity Gooch Western Kentucky University Junior Forward 6'0"
  Dearica Hamby Wake Forest University Junior Forward 6'3"
  Sara Hammond University of Louisville Junior Forward 6'2"
  Aliyyah Handford  St. John's University Sophomore Guard 5'9"
  Cassie Harberts University of Southern Calif. Senior Forward 6'2"
  Isabelle Harrison University of Tennessee Junior Center 6'3"
  Natasha Howard Florida State University Senior Forward 6’3”
  Brittany Hrynko DePaul University Junior Guard 5'7"
  Marissa Janning Creighton University Sophomore Guard 5'8"
  Jasmine Lister Vanderbilt University Senior Guard 5'4"
  Tricia Liston Duke University Senior Guard 6'1"
  Samantha Logic University of Iowa Junior Guard 5'9"
  Maggie Lucas Penn State University Senior Guard 5'10"
  Keena Mays Southern Methodist University Senior Guard 5'7"
  Tyonna Outland California State University Junior Guard 5'9"
  Jasmine Penny DePaul University Senior Forward 6'1"
  Katherine Plouffe Marquette University Senior Forward 6'3”
  Michelle Plouffe University of Utah Senior Forward 6'4"
  Alexis Rogers Bowling Green State University Senior Forward 6’1”
  Ebony Rowe Middle Tennessee State University Senior Forward 6'1"
  Shoni Schimmel University of Louisville Senior Guard 5'9"
  Meighan Simmons University of Tennessee Senior Guard 5'9"
  Kacie Sowell Seattle University Senior Forward 6'2"
  DeNesha Stallworth University of Kentucky Senior Forward 6’3”
  Rachel Tecca University of Akron Senior Forward 6'1"
  Aleighsa Welch University of South Carolina Junior Forward 6'0"
  Courtney Williams University of South Florida Sophomore Guard 5'8"
  Kayla Woodward University of Wyoming Junior Forward 5’11”
  Amanda Zahui B. University of Minnesota Freshman Center 6'5"


About the WBCA:

Founded in 1981, the Women's Basketball Coaches Association promotes women's basketball by unifying coaches at all levels to develop a reputable identity for the sport and to foster and promote the development of the game as a sport for women and girls. For more information on the WBCA, please visit wbca.org.

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