Huntingdon’s Harp named first-team All-Conference

Junior Juliette Harp was named first-team All-Conference on Thursday. (Photo by Wesley Lyle)
Junior Juliette Harp was named first-team All-Conference on Thursday. (Photo by Wesley Lyle)

By Chuck Tidmore

Sports Information Assistant 

 

FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. – Huntingdon junior Juliette Harp was recognized by the USA South Athletic Conference on Thursday with the release of the All-Conference women's basketball team.  

Harp was named first-team West Division as well as being named first-team All-Conference.

A native of Chattanooga, Tenn., Harp is averaging a double-double this season with 15.1 points per game and 11.6 rebounds per game. She ranks first in the USA South in rebounds per game and fifth in points per game.

Harp had five games with 20 or more points and finished the regular season with eight straight games with 16 or more points. Harp came close to a triple-double early in the season against Centre where she scored 13 points, grabbed a career-high 19 rebounds and had eight blocks.

Her 68 blocks set a new Huntingdon NCAA-era single-season record, which she set last season with 59.  

Huntingdon plays Salem on Saturday at 3 p.m. in the first-round of the conference tournament. The game will be held at Piedmont College and adult general admission is $8.00 while institutional faculty/staff/students along with senior citizens (65 years and older) and children are $3.00. Children under the age of six are free.

Senior Mackenzie Garmany was named to the women's All-Sportsmanship team.

Ferrum's Zarkia Mattox was named Player of the Year and Agnes Scott's Garis Grant was named Rookie of the Year. Ferrum's Bryan Harvey was named Coach of the Year.

 

The complete All-Conference awards are listed below.

 

USA South All-Conference Women's Basketball Awards

Player of the Year: Zarkia Mattox, Ferrum

Rookie of the Year: Garis Grant, Agnes Scott

Coach of the Year: Bryan Harvey, Ferrum

 

 

First Team All-Conference 

Lauren Biliter, Maryville
Samm Chandler, Averett
Allyson Freiermuth, Maryville
Juliette Harp, Huntingdon
Zarkia Mattox, Ferrum 

 

First Team West Division

Brianna Barrett, Piedmont
Lauren Biliter, Maryville
Allyson Freiermuth, Maryville 
Garis Grant, Agnes Scott
Juliette Harp, Huntingdon

 


Second Team West Division

Rachel Hawn, Maryville
Mikayla Seivers, Salem
Sabrina Shepherd, Salem
Joanna Smith, Covenant
Haley Talbott, Maryville

 

First Team East Division

Samm Chandler, Averett
Nadine Ealey, William Peace
Jessi Hayes, Meredith
Zarkia Mattox, Ferrum
Christian Sanders, Methodist

 

Second Team East Division

Frida Lundquist, Averett
Tyler Mercer, William Peace
Kechae Parker, N.C. Wesleyan
Makayla Ray, William Peace
Timyra Staton, N.C. Wesleyan

 

All-Sportsmanship

Anna Weimerskirch, Agnes Scott

Jonna Koski, Averett

Alex Quimby, Covenant

Tayler Atkinson, Ferrum

Kylee Barry, Greensboro

Mackenzie Garmany, Huntingdon

Jeris Johnson, LaGrange

Nicole Blackburn, Mary Baldwin

Lecretia Robbins, Maryville

Maddi Gladwell, Meredith

Allison Dones, Methodist

Timyra Staton, N.C. Wesleyan

Erin Clifford, Piedmont

Alexiahonna Bush, Salem

Alexis Russell, Wesleyan

Susannah Sykes, William Peace

 
 
 

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