Two San Diego City College women's basketball players were honored by the Pacific Coast Athletic Conference as freshmen Samera Henry and Mikaelah Wieland were named to the All-PCAC first and second teams, respectively.
Freshman forward Samera Henry recorded her 10th double-double of the season with 19 points and 17 rebounds in a 65-54 home loss to Imperial Valley on Wednesday.
The Knights caught fire from three-point territory on Friday, making a team-record 15 shots from beyond the arc en route to a 93-61 home victory over Southwestern. Samera Henry led City with 23 points and 17 rebounds, her eighth double-double of the season and her sixth straight game with at least 10 points.
The Knights used a 17-1 run in the fourth quarter to pull away from Grossmont and earn a 55-44 victory on Wednesday night. Samera Henry scored 14 points and grabbed a season-high 22 rebounds.
Samera Henry, who had a game-high 24 points and 17 rebounds, tied the game at 76-76 on a three-point play with 17 seconds remaining, but Mesa hit a three-pointer on its final possession and won, 79-76.
The Knights snapped a four-game skid on Wednesday night with a a 64-57 home victory over MiraCosta in the opening game of conference play. Freshman Samera Henry came off the bench to lead the Knights with 16 points, seven rebounds, and four steals.
The Knights earned second place at their own Colbert Classic tournament over the weekend after winning two of three games. City defeated Taft and Imperial Valley to advance to the championship game, but fell to Santa Barbara, 68-54.
Freshman center Samera Henry led City with 21 points on 10-of-11 shooting and 12 rebounds in the Knights' 78-69 comeback win over Santa Monica (0-2) on Saturday night.
Sophomore women's basketball players Nyaduop Lam, Darrian Castillo, and Shamonique Malone-Boyd were named the the All-Pacific Coast Athletic Conference team, the league announced. Lam and Castillo were selected to the All-PCAC first team, while Malone-Boyd was chosen for the second team.
Sophomore forward Nyaduop Lam scored 13 points and grabbed a game-high 10 rebounds in the Knights' final home game of the season, which ended in a 48-41 victory over Grossmont.