Wehner Named to D3 Hoops All New England Team

By Jeffrey PuleriMCLA Sports Info
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NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — MCLA senior forward Jen Wehner was named to the D3 Hoops All New England fourth team after a nationwide vote of coaches, administrators, and sports information directors. She was one of three MASCAC players selected to the teams joining Fitchburg State's Amy Fahey and Bridgewater's Shelley DePina.

Wehner, who was also selected to play in the NEWBA senior all star game last week, led MCLA to a 15-13 season. The Trailblazers reached the finals of the MASCAC tournament before falling to eventual champion Bridgwater State.

The senior has rewritten the record books at MCLA. She finished her career as the program's all time leading scorer and rebounder, finishing with 1,606 points. Wehner was also named a MASCAC first team selection as a senior after collecting the conference player of the year award as a junior.

She averaged 16.3 points and 11.7 boards per game. She led the conference in field goal percentage and blocks as well.

For complete information, log on to www.d3hoops.com.
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