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VOTE – Who is the Freshman to Watch this season in D3 Women’s Basketball

The D3 Women’s Basketball season now has a couple weeks in the books, and there are a handful of freshman already making their mark on the court. We took a look over the early stats and chose some of the top first-year performers so far.

Who do you think will make the biggest impact this season on the hardwood for their teams? You decide – – Who is the Freshman to Watch this season in D3 Women’s Basketball?

Poll will close on 12/11 at 7pm.

(stats are for games through 12/3 per the NCAA Website)


Emma Godfrey, Pomona-Pitzer

Pomona-Pitzer’s Emma Godfrey (Pomona-Pitzer Athletics photo)

4 double-doubles (T7th)
25.8 ppg (6th)
13 reb/gm (19th)
61.7 FG% (21st)


Sam Boyle, Emerson

Emerson’s Sam Boyle (Emerson Athletics photo)

7.7 reb/gm (leads team)
3 double-doubles (T19th)


Destinee Manning, Ozarks (AR)

Ozarks (AR) freshman Destinee Manning (Ozarks Athletics photo)

14.5 reb/g (11th)
4 double-doubles (T15th)


Casey Walsh, Connecticut Coll.

66.7 3-pt% (3rd)


Kelly O’Donnell, St. Joseph’s (BKLN)

St. Joseph’s Brooklyn’s Kelly O’Donnell (SJB Athletics photo)

Skyline Conference Rookie of the Week – two consecutive weeks.


Demi Herasme, SUNY New Paltz

SUNY New Paltz’s Demi Herasme (SUNY New Paltz Athletics photo)

65.5 FG% (3rd)


Katie Garrish –Southern Virginia

Southern Virginia’s Katie Garrish (SVU Athletics photo)

3-straight double-doubles
Capital Athletic Conference Player of the Week – Week 2


Cami Aguinaldo, Whitworth

Whitworth’s Cami Aguinaldo (Whitworth Athletics photo)

7.0 assists/gm (T6th)
56.9 3pt pct (7th)


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