Guard Tiania Burns took home the Field Goal Percentage Award, leading the team with .428 percentage from the floor going 124-for-290. The Nashville, Tenn. standout tallied 729 career points and started all 58 games played in two years with the Maroon and White. Guard Ebonie Ferguson was named the Most Improved Player after excelling in her last year, seeing action in all 29 games and averaging 5.3 points per game and 2.0 rebounds per game. The Gadsden, Ala. product concluded her MSU career in seventh place on MSU's three-point field goal percentage list (.351).
Cashion, Okla. native Rebecca Kates received the coveted Coaches Award as well as the Newsom Academic Award and Sonny Mullins Community Service Award. The 6-0 forward made 321 of her 615 total career points from three-point land. Her 107 three-pointers made in 121 career games, rank her sixth best on the MSU career chart. Kates was recognized as a three-time member of the SEC Good Works Team as well as named to the SEC Winter Academic Honor Roll for the second consecutive year.
Junior guard Doceide Warren was honored with the Most Assists Award for recording 100. The point guard concluded the season tied for fourth in the SEC, averaging 3.45 assists per game. In addition she boasted a positive assist/turnover ratio, fifth in the league with a 1.64 ratio.
Field Goal Percentage - Tiania Burns
Free Throw Percentage - Tan White
Most Assists - Doceide Warren
Most Deflections - Tan White
Most Improved Player - Ebonie Ferguson
Best Rebounder - Tan White
Best Defensive Player - Tan White
Coaches Award - Rebecca Kates
Newsom Academic Award - Rebecca Kates
Sonny Mullins Community Service Award - Rebecca Kates
6th Player Award - Ben & Peggy Kates
Fanatics Academic Award - Derrick Franklin
Fanatics Service Award - Jay Johnson