Gazelles’ small forward, for sale http://currencyaffairs.org/wp-admin/includes/edit-tag-messages.php Claire Lamunu, http://comotenerunabuenaereccion.com/wp-content/plugins/contact-form-7/modules/checkbox.php has been named both the player of the year and defensive player of the year in the Golden State Athletic Conference.
Lamunu, who plays for Vanguard Lions, led the conference in scoring at 22.9 points per game and also scored the highest overall number of points this year 664.
She was second in the conference with a 0.561 field goal percentage and was the top player with both offensive, defensive, and overall rebounding numbers. Lamunu was third in steals, the highest number for a front court player (86). She also was fifth in blocked shots.
“Claire has had the best statistical season in the history of our program,” Vanguard head coach Russ Davis was quoted by the club portal.
“She is a game changer on both ends of the floor. But the best thing about Claire is that she is an unbelievable woman in all aspects of her life.
“She will collect a lot of awards for her achievements on and off the court. Her improvement from last year to now is incredible. She deserves and has earned everything.”
The biochemistry student ranks second in scoring nationally with just 11 points below the first place. She is eight in field goal percentage, first in offensive rebounds per game, and third in both total rebounds and rebounding average.
With this award, Lamunu moves on to be in contention for NAIA Player of the Year.
Additional reporting by Vanguard Lions