Rosado named to All-MIAA honorable mention team
Monday, March 3, 2014
Lincoln junior Jennifer Rosado was named to the All-Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association honorable mention team, the league office announced Monday.
Rosado finished the season as Lincoln’s leading scorer with 13.4 points per game after leading the Blue Tigers in scoring 14 times this season. Lincoln finished the 2013-14 campaign with a 5-21 record after suffering a 60-52 loss to Missouri Southern on Saturday.
Rosado, who ended the regular season ranked 14th in scoring among MIAA teams, reached a career-high against Missouri Southern on Jan. 18, tallying 26 points, one of four 20-plus point games throughout the year.
A 5-foot-8 guard, Rosado was also one of the league’s top shooters, ranking sixth in the MIAA in free-throw percentage (.758), ninth in 3-point shooting (.342), 11th in 3-pointers made per game (1.6) and fourth in minutes played (32).
One of Lincoln’s best overall players, Rosado ranked second on the team in total steals (30). She also averaged 3.3 rebounds, dished 26 assists and tallied 335 points.
Rosado became the third player in Lincoln history to be named All-MIAA honorable mention and the third in the past three seasons. She joins Arriana Walker, who was chosen in 2012, and current Lincoln graduate assistant Freddie Sims, who earned the honor last year.
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