Three Mustangs get nod on 2017-18 NEAC Women’s Basketball All-Conference Teams  

Three Mustangs get nod on 2017-18 NEAC Women’s Basketball All-Conference Teams  


MORRISVILLE, N.Y. – The North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) office announced today its 2017-18 Women's Basketball All-Conference teams, as voted by conference coaches, naming sophomore guard Tori Rockefeller (Bloomville, N.Y.) to its second team, and senior guard Haley Kilmartin (Fort Plain, N.Y.) and freshman guard Alexis Campbell (Buffalo, N.Y.) to its third team, respectively.

Rockefeller led the Mustangs in scoring across the season, averaging 14.8 points per game as both a threat to the outside and fast break game as she started all 25 regular season games at guard.

The sophomore had a single game high 35 points against Cazenovia, and six times on the season posted 20+ points in scoring.

Alongside her scoring efforts, Rockefeller collected 58 rebounds, 53 assists, 48 steals and two blocked shots. She ranks second overall in the NEAC in 3-point field goals made (71) and eighth in 3-point field goal percentage (38.4), while ranking 11th in points scored (370).

She was selected the NEAC Player of the Week on Jan. 29. Rockefeller also ranks 17th in all of Division III in 3-point field goals made and 29th in 3-point field goals made per game.

Kilmartin was third on the team in scoring this season, averaging 12.6 points per game, from both her ability to attack on the inside as well as hit the long shot from beyond the arc, starting all 25 games.

The now three-time All-Conference selection added a total 135 rebounds to her tallies this season, an average of 5.4 per game, while contributing 46 assists, 55 steals, and 13 blocked shots.

Her 316 points on the year moved her into second all-time in the Mustang record books in scoring as she was just the second woman to cross the 1,000 milestone in program history.

Kilmartin ranks 14th overall in the NEAC in 3-point field goals, 11th in 3-point field goal percentage, 13th in free throw percentage (75.3) and is 10th overall in steals.

Campbell averaged 30.4 minutes per game and 12.9 points per game to rank second on the Mustang squad in scoring, as she started all 25 games at the point guard position.

Across the season she was credited for 41 steals, causing chaos defensively for all opponents.

Campbell posted a single game high 27 points against Wells and had one double-double on the season with her 18 points, 12 assists against Gallaudet. On the season she collected a total 323 points, 66 rebounds, 98 assists while shooting 76.5 percent from the free throw line.

She ranks fourth overall in the NEAC in assists, 15th in points, 10th in free throw percentage and is the leading scorer among all freshmen conference wide in the NEAC.

Morrisville State made their fourth straight appearance in the NEAC post-season tournament, finishing the 2017-18 slate with an overall record of 14-12.

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