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BSU's Brown, Dis Agustsdottir earn All-MAC recognition

By PAULA HAUGHN of the BSU Athletic Dept. -

CLEVELAND – Ball State sophomore forward Oshlynn Brown and freshman forward Thelma Dis Agustsdottir were honored Tuesday when the Mid-American Conference announced its annual postseason awards. Brown earned All-MAC Honorable Mention accolades, while Dis Agustsdottir claimed All-MAC Freshman Team honors.

Brown was an All-MAC Freshman Team honoree last season and the MAC’s Sixth Player of the Year. This year, she led the Cardinals in scoring at 12.7 points per game and paced the team in rebounding for the second straight season at 9.4 boards per game.

Brown scored double figures 21 times this year, including a career-high 25-point performance in a win at Western Kentucky (Dec. 16). She recorded 14 double-digit rebounding games this year and now has 23 of them for her career.

Dis Agustsdottir gave the Cardinals an All-Freshman Team member for the second straight year. She scored in double figures 10 times this season, finishing fourth on the team in scoring with 8.6 points per game and second in rebounding at 4.2 per contest.

Dis Agustsdottir recorded a career-best 23 points in a win over Bowling Green (Jan. 9) and pulled down a personal-best 12 rebounds at Eastern Michigan (Feb. 16). She lifted the Cardinals to a victory last week at Northern Illinois with her game-winning three-pointer.

The No. 11 seed Ball State women’s basketball team ended its season Monday night with a loss at No. 6 seed Toledo in the first round of the Mid-American Conference Tournament.