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Hailey Ison named to the MSC Champions of Character Team

By Brady Budke

Hailey Ison has been selected to the 2021 Mid-South Conference Women's Basketball Champions of Character Team, conference officials announced on Thursday.

The MSC recognizes a Champions of Character Team for each championship sport. The student-athletes that are honored on the Champions of Character Team were nominated by their coaches based on their leadership on campus and in the community while demonstrating the five core character values of the NAIA.

Ison is one of 12 student-athletes to pick up the honor across the MSC.

Bethel's (Tenn.) Millie Bryant, Campbellsville's (Ky.) Sammy Rogers, Cumberland's (Tenn.) Lucy Chilcutt, Cumberlands' (Ky.) Abbey Estes, Freed-Hardeman's (Tenn.) Alli Crumpler, Georgetown's (Ky.) Michaela Kennedy, Life's (Ga.) Amarachukwu Edeh, Lindsey Wilson's (Ky.) Ison, Martin Methodist's (Tenn.) Aaryn Grace Lester, Pikeville's (Ky.) Taylor Berger, Shawnee State's (Ohio) Hagen Schaefer, and Thomas More's (Ky.) Briana McNutt all earned the honor.

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