Kiesha Mack, West Chester University junior guard for the women’s basketball team, has done it again. This time she was named to the Eastern College Athletic Conference Division II Women’s Basketball All-Star Team. She also was selected to the ECAC II Second Team, being the only player from the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference on the squad. She is ranked 11th in the all-time standings for her career point total, which adds up to 1,049 this year. Along with that rank, she also holds the second all-time standing for three-point shots. She owns 178 three-pointers and needs only eight more to capture the first place standing.
Along with those two rankings, she has the potential to set a WCU career free throw shooting mark. According to Sports Information, “She is converting over 81 percent (135 for 165) of her attempts and is well above the all-time record of 76.7 percent. She did set the WCU single-season foul shooting record by making 73 of 80 free throw attempts, a 91.3 percent average, making her the first Golden Ram ever to make over 90 percent of her free throws in one season.
She also scored over 500 points in one season, which makes her only one of three people to do so.”
Sports Information also stated that “she completed the 2003-04 campaign by averaging 18.4 points per contest, ranking her fourth all-time for one season. Her 94 three-pointers made shattered the former record of 67 she actually set last year, while her 246 attempts by far is a WCU record. No other player in the women’s program has ever attempted more than 200 three’s in a single campaign.”
Congratulations to Kiesha Mack, and good luck to her and the entire women’s basketball team for next year’s season.