• December 8, 2021

Nominees for 2016 Allstate WBCA Good Works Teams announced

The Women’s Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA) and Allstate Insurance Company announced nominees for the 2016 Allstate WBCA Good Works Teams. This award shines a spotlight on a select group of student-athletes who have shown dedication to service in their communities. In its fourth year, the honor recognize players at all levels of college basketball who have made outstanding contributions in the areas of volunteerism and civic involvement.

The 103 WBCA nominees were submitted by sports information directors and college basketball coaches across the country. From the nominations, special voting panels will select two 10-member teams comprised of five student-athletes from the NCAA Division I level and five student-athletes from Divisions II, III and the NAIA. The final roster of 20 award recipients will be unveiled in February. Panel members include Tamika Catchings, Alana Beard, Carolyn Peck, LaChina Robinson, Marsha Sharp, Nell Fortner, and Coquese Washington.

Members of the team will be invited by Allstate, an official corporate partner of the NCAA, to the 2016 WBCA Convention and the 2016 NCAA Women’s Final Four in Indianapolis, where they will participate in a community service project.

Nominees for the 2016 Allstate WBCA Good Works Team

NCAA Division I

Arizona State University – Arnecia Hawkins
Boston College – Alexa Coulombe
Brown University – Ellise Sharpe
California State University, Bakersfield – Alyssa Shannon
Coastal Carolina University – Olivia Carlton
Colgate University – Randyll Butler
College of the Holy Cross – Raquel Scott
DePaul University – Chanise Jenkins
East Carolina University – DeVaughn Gray
Florida State University – Brittany Brown
Fordham University – Danielle Padovano
George Mason University – Taylor Brown
George Washington University – Alexis Chandler
Georgetown University – Ki-Ke Rafiu
Georgia Institute of Technology – Katarina Vuckovic
Hofstra University – Sydni Epps
Indiana State University – Rhagen Smith
Iowa State University – Nicole Blaskowsky
Kansas State University – Kelly Thomson
Lehigh University – Elizabeth Sharlow
Liberty University – Ashley Rininger
Marshall University – McKenzie Akers
Mississippi State University – Chinwe Okorie
Missouri State University – Kenzie Williams
Monmouth University –Sarah Olson
North Carolina State University – Ashley Eli
Northwestern University – Maggie Lyon
Oakland University – Elena Popkey
The Ohio State University – Cait Craft
Old Dominion University – Jennie Simms
Presbyterian College – Janie Miles
Purdue University – Hayden Hamby
Rice University – Alyssa Lang
Seattle University – Wilma Afunugo
Southern Illinois University Edwardsville – Gwen Adams
St. John’s University – Sandra Udobi
Stephen F. Austin State University – LaNesha Middleton
Stony Brook University – Brittany Snow
Texas A&M University – Jordan Jones
Texas Christian University – Zahna Medley
Troy University – Ashley Beverly Kelley
U.S. Military Academy – Aimee Oertner
University of Alabama – Nikki Hegstetter
University of Arkansas – Melissa Wolff
University of California, Los Angeles – Kacy Swain
University of Georgia – Merritt Hempe
University of Houston – Jessieka Palmer
University of Illinois – Sarah Hartwell
University of Iowa – Ally Disterhoft
University of Kansas – Lauren Aldridge
University of Louisville – Cortnee Walton
University of Maine – Elizabeth Wood
University of Maryland Eastern Shore – Chalyse Taylor
University of Maryland, Baltimore County – Emily Russo
University of Nebraska-Lincoln – Rachel Theriot
University of Nevada – Julia Shelbourn
University of New Mexico – Bryce Owens
University of North Carolina – Asheville – Paige Love
University of North Carolina at Greensboro – India Timpton
University of Northern Iowa – Stephanie Davison
University of Oregon – Jillian Alleyne
University of South Carolina – Khadijah Sessions
University of Tennessee – Andraya Carter
University of Tennessee at Martin – Katie Schubert
University of Toledo – Michaela Rasmussen
University of Utah – Danielle Rodriguez
University of Virginia – Faith Randolph
University of Wisconsin-Madison – Nicole Bauman
Valparaiso University – Georgi Donchetz
Vanderbilt University – Kendall Shaw
Wake Forest University – Keri Fulp

NCAA Divisions II, III and the NAIA

Ashland University – Andi Daugherty
Bethel University (Minn.) – Rachel Parupsky
Covenant College – Rachel Price
Dakota Wesleyan University – Chesney Nagel
Dominican University of California – Jessy Marshall
Drew University – Courtney Trzasko
Eastern Mennonite University – Jess Rheinheimer
Felician University – Eliana Scanlon
Gannon University – Brianna Brennan
Grove City College – Kathryn Erbelding
Lewis University – Jamie Johnson
Lindenwood University – Kassidy Gengenbacher
Loras College – Kaitlin Phillips
Loyola University – Shayne Charles
Nova Southeastern University – Alexis Murphy
Ohio Dominican University – Rachael Torey
Palm Beach Atlantic University – Taylor Buchanan
Pittsburg State University – Kylie Gafford
Queens University of Charlotte – Victoria Robinson
Rockhurst University – Lauren Meyers
St. Ambrose University – Deanna Busse
SUNY Old Westbury – Raven Pentz
Tarleton State University – Raven McGrath
University of Central Oklahoma – Jordan Ward
University of Nebraska at Kearney – Laramey Becker
Union College – Lydia Nash
Union University – Kelsey Risner
Wayne State University – Kristen Long
Westmont College – Karlie Storkson
Wheaton College (Mass.) – Rebecca Arnone
Whitworth University – KC McConnell
Wingate University – Janna Johnson

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