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May 8, 2014
 
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Sade Jackson and Jessica Kitrys Earn First Team All-Met Status

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Women’s basketball team members Sade Jackson and Jessica Kitrys–both seniors–have earned All-Met First Team Honors.

Ms. Jackson averaged 14.3 points per game and 8.1 assists per game, leading the Northeast-10 and all of NCAA Division II in assists per game and finishing third in the conference in double-doubles (12). 

Ms. Kitrys averaged 19.8 ppg and 7.1 rebounds per game on her way to becoming the program’s all-time leading scorer in an 87-50 victory over Pace University on February 22, 2014. The four-year starter ranked first in the conference in field goal percentage (58%) and points per game (19.8). This is the first All-Met honor for Ms. Jackson and the second for Ms. Kitrys.

This piece is from the May 2014 issue of eNews from AU. 

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