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Hovick named co-freshman of the year

St. Scholatica guard Mariah Hovick was named Upper Midwest Athletic Conference co-freshman of the year, which was announced Tuesday. Hovick, of Prior Lake, Minn., averaged 13.6 points per game while tying for a UMAC-best 70 steals to land second-...

St. Scholatica guard Mariah Hovick was named Upper Midwest Athletic Conference co-freshman of the year, which was announced Tuesday.

Hovick, of Prior Lake, Minn., averaged 13.6 points per game while tying for a UMAC-best 70 steals to land second-team all-conference honors. She shares the freshman player of the year award with Minnesota-Morris guard Kendra Wycoff.

It is the second straight year a Saint has earned the honor, with guard Kayla Heisler of Remer earning it last year.

Heisler was named a 2011-2012 honorable mention selection. Senior forward Laura Amys of South Range was named to the all-defensive team, while Taylor Fellbaum of Minong was named to the all-sportsmanship team.

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