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Women's Basketball - Wed, Mar. 26, 2008

Georgetown College sophomore guard Jayme Gilbert has been named NAIA Honorable Mention All-American. The Manchester, Kentucky native led the Tigers in scoring and field goal percentage, averaging 16.7 ppg while shooting 56 percent from the field and tallying 518 points in her second year. She also averaged 5.8 rebounds and scored a career-high 34 points during the conference season versus Lindsey Wilson College. She added 112 assists and 57 steals this year, a tribute to her well-rounded play.

Georgetown College sophomore guard Jayme Gilbert has been named NAIA Honorable Mention All-American. The Manchester, Kentucky native led the Tigers in scoring and field goal percentage, averaging 16.7 ppg while shooting 56 percent from the field and tallying 518 points in her second year. She also averaged 5.8 rebounds and scored a career-high 34 points during the conference season versus Lindsey Wilson College. She added 112 assists and 57 steals this year, a tribute to her well-rounded play.

"Jayme had an extremely solid sophomore campaign," said Head Coach Susan Johnson. "She's the kind of player that makes everyone better around her and she is very deserving."

Gilbert's honor marks the ninth women's basketball selection in school history to be named an NAIA All-American, the first as an honorable mention selection.

Other Tigers receiving national honors were Kim Ingle and Katie Filiatreau, who were both named Daktronics-NAIA Scholar-Athletes.

 
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