Feb 20, 2018

Jamieson, Spencer and Hutzler Named All-NWC

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  • One George Fox Pasero Team of the Year (2009)
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NEWBERG, Ore. --- Kaitlin Jamieson, Emily Spencer and Haylee Hutzler were named on the All-Northwest Conference Women's Basketball Team, as announced by the conference Tuesday.

2018 All-NWC Women's Basketball Team

Jamieson was named first-team All-NWC, Spencer grabbed a spot on the second-team All-NWC and Hutzler was named honorable mention.

Jamieson, a senior from Forest Grove, Oregon, receives her second straight first team selection and her third overall All-NWC honor. Jamieson averaged a team-best in points per game (11.9) and rebounds per game (7.0). She led the conference for the third straight year in blocks (72) and was third in field goal percentage (55.0). In her career, she is third all-time in career blocks (246) and is 37 points away from joining the 1,000-point scoring club.

Spencer, a sophomore from Woodinville, Wahington, earns her first honor from the NWC. She was third on the team in points per game (9.1), while leading the Bruins in assists (97) and steals (67). Spencer leads the conference in steals and is second in assists.

Hutzler, a junior from Clackamas, Oregon, earns her first honor from the NWC. Hutzler was fourth on the team in points per game (9.0) and led the team in free throw percentage (81.1). She was second on the team in assists (44) and rebounds (130).

The No. 14 Bruins finished the season 22-3 and 15-1 to win their 12th Northwest Conference Championship. This marks the fifth NWC Championship under head coach Michael Meek.

The Bruins enter the Northwest Conference Tournament as the No. 1-seed and will host No. 4-seed Lewis & Clark Thursday, Feb. 22 at 7 p.m.