For Immediate Release · By Nairem Moran · email@example.com
York, Pa. – Senior Nina Haller (Chevy Chase, Md./Bethesda-Chevy Chase) represented St. Mary's College of Maryland on the 2017 All-Capital Athletic Conference Women's Basketball Team as announced Tuesday morning by Assistant Commissioner Tim Mowrer. Haller is picking up her third consecutive All-CAC award but her first selection to the First Team.
The 6-3 center paced the conference in both rebounding with a 9.7 average and blocked shots per game with a 3.2 average. Haller also ranked 11th in Division III in blocks per game and total blocks with 80. She owned the CAC's third-best scoring average with 14.6 points per game while ranking ninth in field goal percentage at 43.9-percent.
Haller finished her senior campaign ranked in the Top 50 in the nation with 10 double-doubles (49th) and in rebounding (50th).
This season, she scored in double figures 19 times, including four 20-point performances, and posted 11 double-digit rebounding contests. Haller led the Seahawks in rebounding 15 times while being the team's leading scorer in 14 games.
She was awarded as the CAC Player of the Week on January 30 after nearly averaging a triple-double in a 1-1 week for St. Mary's. Haller posted averages of 18.5 points, 14.0 rebounds, and 7.5 blocks per contest. She was also the St. Mary's Athlete of the Month in back-to-back months, garnering the award in December and January.
On February 11, Haller joined St. Mary's 1,000-Point Club with her third point of the game. She became the 10th Seahawk to become a 1,000-point scorer and the first since Stephanie Saint-Aubin '10. Haller finished ninth all-time at St. Mary's with 1,049 points in three years.
She ends her Seahawk career second all-time with 194 blocks and 2.6 blocks per game while ranking fifth with 680 rebounds, sixth with 14.0 points per game, and seventh with a 9.1 rebounding average. Haller also recorded 28 double-doubles in 96 games played.
As a team, St. Mary's (7-18, 5-13 CAC) ranked second in Division III with 7.0 blocks per game and seventh with 176 blocks.
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