Wisconsin-Superior senior Hannah Norlin on Monday was named the UMAC player of the year after averaging 17.3 points and 9.4 rebounds for the Yellowjackets, who were upset in the conference tournament championship game on Saturday by Bethany Lutheran.
Norlin, a senior forward from Litchfield, Minn., was an all-UMAC first-teamer for the third consecutive season and helped UWS finish 24-3, registering 12 double-doubles along the way.
Joining her on the first team was UWS teammate Eva Reinertsen, a junior guard. Another junior guard, Emily Carpenter, was named to the all-UMAC second team.
The Yellowjackets' Zach Otto-Fisher and Bethany Lutheran's Lyle Jones were selected co-coaches of the year.
• Other honorees included: St. Scholastica's Kaylee Kennedy and Michala Walther, who were all-UMAC honorable mentions. Norlin and fellow UWS senior Taylor Kane made the all-defensive team.