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Five Chanticleers Named to Big South Women's Basketball All-Decade Team

Coastal had three former standouts named to the 2000s all-decade team

       

Nikki Reddick is Coastal's all-time leading scorer with 2,026 career points

Nikki Reddick is Coastal's all-time leading scorer with 2,026 career points

Feb. 26, 2014

CHARLOTTE, N.C. - Five former Coastal Carolina University women's basketball student-athletes were selected to the Big South Conference All-Decade teams, the conference announced on Wednesday. Part of the Big South's 30th anniversary celebration, the all-decade teams were determined by conference administrators and fan voting.

Terri Woodruff, who was named to the Big South's inaugural all-conference first team following the 1986-87 season, represented the Chanticleers on the 1980s all-decade team.

Holly Bottar, the Chanticleers' only four-time All-Big South first team selection, was named to the 1990s all-decade team. A 2004 inductee into the Big South Hall of Fame, Bottar is the Chants' all-time leader with 500 career assists. In addition, she ranks third on the all-time Chanticleer list in both points (1,551) and steals (246).

Alishia Dill, Nikki Reddick and Brooke Weisbrod were selections to the 2000s all-decade team. Dill, who amassed 1,342 career points, was a two-time all-conference selection and the 2006-07 Player of the Year award winner after averaging a league-best 22.5 points per game. Reddick was a three-time all-conference selection and earned Big South Tournament MVP honors in 2002 after leading the Chanticleers to the conference championship game. Moreover, Reddick is Coastal's all-time and the conference's third leading scorer with 2,026 career points. Weisbrod was a two-time all-conference selection and is the only Chanticleer to earn both Freshman of the Year (1997-98) and Player of the Year (2000-01) plaudits. Weisbrod tops the CCU career list with 281 steals and ranks sixth with 1,401 points.

1986-89 WOMEN'S BASKETBALL ALL-DECADE TEAM
Name, School               	Notes
Wendy Beecher, UNC Asheville    	3-time All-Conference
Karen Bowles, Radford           	Tournament MVP, 3-time All-Conference
Cathy Coker, Charleston Southern	All-Conference
Denise Ford, Campbell           	All-American, Tournament MVP, 3-time All-Conference
Stephanie Howard, Radford       	2-time All-American, 2-time Player of the Year, Tournament MVP, 3-time All-
	                                Conference, Big South Hall of Fame member
Regina McKeithan, Campbell      	All-American, Player of the Year, Tournament MVP, 2-time All-Conference
Joyce Sampson, Radford          	All-Conference
Kim Segard, Winthrop            	3-time All-Conference
Julie Skinner, Campbell         	2-time All-Conference
Terri Woodruff, Coastal Carolina	All-Conference
Head Coach, School      	Notes
Charlene Curtis, Radford        	2 Championships (1987-88), 1 WNIT, 1 Coach of the Year award, 34-2 Big South,
	                                64-27 overall, Big South Hall of Fame member

1990-99 WOMEN'S BASKETBALL ALL-DECADE TEAM Name, School Notes Debbie Born, Augusta 3-time All-Conference Tammy Brown, Campbell 3-time All-American, 2-time Player of the Year, 3-time All-Conference, Big South Hall of Fame member Holly Bottar, Coastal Carolina 4-time All-Conference, Big South Hall of Fame member Vicki Giffin, UNC Asheville Player of the Year, Rookie of the Year, 3-time All-Conference Laurie Hood, Campbell All-American, Player of the Year, 3-time All-Conference Chrissy Kelly, Charleston Southern Player of the Year, Rookie of the Year, 3-time All-Conference Elena Kisseleva, Liberty 2-time Player of the Year, 3-time Tournament MVP, 4-time All-Conference, Big South Hall of Fame member Patrinda Toney, Radford Player of the Year, Tournament MVP, 3-time All-Conference Sharon Wilkerson, Liberty Player of the Year, 4-time All-Conference Shannan Wilkey, Radford 2-time Tournament MVP, Rookie of the Year, 2-time All-Conference, Big South Hall of Fame member Head Coach, School Notes Luby Lichonczak, Radford 6 Championships (1991-92-93-94-95-96), 3 NCAA Tournaments, 1 Coach of the Year award, 85-39 Big South, 137-123 overall

2000-09 WOMEN'S BASKETBALL ALL-DECADE TEAM Name, School Notes Holly Andrews, Elon Player of the Year, 2-time All-Conference Kelli Darden, Radford Defensive Player of the Year, 2-time All-Conference Alisha Dill, Coastal Carolina Player of the Year, 2-time All-Conference Ashley Fann, Winthrop Freshman of the Year, 3-time All-Conference Katie Feenstra, Liberty 2-time All-American, 3-time Player of the Year, 3-time Tournament MVP, 3-time All-Conference Megan Frazee, Liberty All-American, 2-time Player of the Year, 2-time Tournament MVP, 3-time All-Conference Kristal Hood, UNC Asheville Freshman of the Year, 3-time All-Conference Katie O'Dell, High Point Player of the Year, 3-time All-Conference Nikki Reddick, Coastal Carolina Tournament MVP, 3-time All-Conference Brooke Weisbrod, Coastal Carolina Player of the Year, Rookie of the Year, 2-time All-Conference Head Coach, School Notes Carey Green, Liberty 9 Championships (2000-01-02-03-04-05-06-08-09), 9 NCAA Tournaments, 5-time Coach of the Year, 127-13 Big South, 237-77 overall