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2014-03-01 TigerBall lands three CCAC All-Conference honorees; Geever named 1st Team
2014-03-01 TigerBall lands three CCAC All-Conference honorees; Geever named 1st Team

Three Tigers were named CCAC All-Conference: Miranda Geever (1st Team); Malory Adam (HM) and Liz Bart (HM)

TigerBall lands three CCAC All-Conference honorees; Geever named 1st Team

Author: Wendy Reid
Posted: Monday, March 03, 2014 at 1:36 PM
 CHICAGO – Olivet Nazarene University women’s basketball had three players recognized for their efforts by the Chicagoland Collegiate Athletics Conference e (CCAC). Senior Miranda Geever (Moline, Ill.) earned All-Conference First Team honors, while seniors Malory Adam (Aurora, Ill.) and Liz Bart (Cary, Ill.) were each Honorable Mention honorees. The conference made the official announcement on Saturday, March 1 after the final tournament game.

Geever currently lead the NAIA Division II in steal (127) and steals per game (3.969). She leads the Tigers in points (617), points per game (19.3) and assists (158). She scored her 1000th career point on November 26, 2013 in the win over the University of Saint Francis (Ill.). She is shooting 228-of-456 from the field (.500) and 129-of-171 (.754) from the free throw line.

Adam ranks third in the NAIA Division II in total three-point shots made (108) and sixth in total blocks (91) and three-point field goals made per game (3.375). She is third on the Tigers with 431 points this season, averaging 13.5 points per game. She reached the 1000 career point milestone on February 26 in a win over Roosevelt University in the quarterfinals of the CCAC Tournament.

Bart is averaging 15.9 points per game, having scored 494 points thus far on the season. She is ranked first in the NAIA Division II in three-point field goals made per game (4.545) and total three-point field goals made (141). She is shooting 141-of-364 (.387) from behind the arc. She earned her 1000th career point on December 20, 2013 in a win over Madonna University (Mich.).

The trio helped the Tigers to a second place finish in the CCAC Tournament and a fourth straight trip the NAIA National Tournament in Sioux City, Iowa from March 12-15.