Kayla Marosites

ATLANTA – Capping a masterful career, Kayla Marosites became the first unanimous All-American in the Carson-Newman’s history Monday, earning honorable mention honors from the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association and the Division II Conference Commissioners Association.

The senior guard is the fourth All-American over the last three years for a program that had previously not had a single player earn the highest honor in its Division II history. While Mika Wester and two-time All-American Haris Price were honored by the WBCA, neither took home the honor from D2CCA. Marosites was the pick of both organizations, and added an Academic All-American honors as well during her final campaign at Mossy Creek.

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