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2019 MAC Women’s Basketball Postseason Awards Revealed

Central Michigan cleans up

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The Mid-American Conference revealed their post season awards for the 2018-19 season, and as expected Central Michigan filled their trophy case.

Reyna Frost won player of the year. The senior is currently 2nd nationally in rebounds and 11 nationally in points. A total player, she is also on the All-MAC Defensive team. Her head coach, Sue Guevara, won her third Coach of the Year Award. The Ohio Bobcats also received their fair share of recognition, starting with Erica Johnson. She is the second consecutive Bobcat to win Freshman of the Year, while she also won 6th Player of the Year.

Also announced where the first, second, and third team All MAC Teams.


Honorable Mention All-MAC


Third Team All-MAC


Second Team All-MAC


First Team All-MAC

  • Cierra Dillard, Buffalo Bulls
  • Reyna Frost, Central Michigan Chippewas
  • Presley Hudson, Central Michigan Chippewas
  • Lauren Dickerson, Miami RedHawks
  • CeCe Hooks, Ohio Bobcats

All-MAC Defensive Team

  • Reyna Frost, Central Michigan
  • Alexa Golden, Kent State
  • Cece Hooks, Ohio
  • Kaayla McIntyre, Toledo
  • Deja Wimby, Western Michigan

All-MAC Freshman Team

  • Thelma Dis Agustsdottir, Ball State
  • Morgan McMillen, Bowling Green
  • Asiah Dingle, Kent State
  • Lindsey Thall, Kent State
  • Erica Johnson, Ohio

A few things stand out about these awards. While there are a decent amount of seniors, there is quite a bit of younger players, too. Bobcats fans are certainly excited for the future, but so should Kent State fans. Really every team has reason to be optimistic for the future. As for this season, when I saw Mikayla Voigt on the second team, I was initially shocked, since she is over 20 points per game. However, there isn’t anyone on the first team that I would replace with her. I think that, as much as anything, is proof of just how loaded this conference is.