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Ten Blue Raiders earn MSC Women's Basketball academic honors

By Brady Budke

Ten members of the Lindsey Wilson women's basketball program earned Academic Mid-South Conference accolades, officials from the conference announced on Thursday.

Henrietta Egbe, Kaylyn Hale, Allee Hopper, Hailey Ison, Rachel Parrish, Olivia Perry, Hanna Phelps, Madison Phelps, Sarah Shrewsberry, and Reagan Turner each collected the annual conference honor.

Egbe and Hale earn their second career honor while Turner earns her third.

In order to be nominated by an institution, a student-athlete must maintain a minimum grade point average of 3.25 on a 4.0 scale and must have achieved at least sophomore academic status.



Pikeville (KY) led the conference with 14 honorees while Lindsey Wilson corralled the second-most.

Community Trust Bank is the proud sponsor of the Mid-South Conference Academic Award program.


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