ATLANTA - The Southern Athletic Association has announced on Monday that four Sewanee women's basketball student-athletes have been selected to the 2019 SAA Women's Basketball All-Conference Team.
Kim led the SAA in total assists with a career-best 113 and averaged 4.4 per game. Nationally, the Knoxville, Tenn. native ranked 61st and 65th respectively in both categories.
In the SAA Tournament quarterfinals, Kim surpassed Kayla Goodwin's (C'02) for the most assists in a career. She finished with 373.
Named to her second All-SAA Team, the senior averaged 8.3 points per game
Logan was a key threat from downtown, as she shot 38.8 percent from distance, good for fourth-best in the league and 42nd nationally. Averaging three treys per game, the Lynchburg, Tenn. native knocked down 78 three-pointers, good for 22nd and 16th in all of NCAA Division III, respectively.
The freshman averaged 11.3 points per game and drained 75 percent from the charity stripe.
Taylor, a four-time All-SAA selection, finishes her career with 1,593 points, second-most all-time in program history for the Sparta, Tenn. native.
The senior, in 2019, averaged 11.3 points per game for eighth-best in the conference and shot 43 percent from the floor, while corralling 5.1 rebounds.
Treanton recorded 10.2 points per game and 5.1 boards per game for Sewanee. She finished third overall in free throw percentage (77.8). However, in SAA play, the Clarksville, Tenn. native drained 86.7 percent (39-of-45) from the charity stripe.
The Tigers finished the 2019 season with a 10-16 mark.