Big West Release (PDF)
IRVINE, Calif. – Freshman Michelle Berry was the lone representative for the Titans as she earned her first career All-Conference honors after a standout freshman campaign, announced by the conference office Monday morning.
Berry was one of five freshman named to the All-Freshman team while also earning an honorable mention after being one of the conference's top threats in both scoring and rebounding.
Berry ended the season averaging 14.5 points per game, just shy of the freshman school record and averaged 9.1 rebounds per game.
The freshman broke multiple freshman school records including minutes played, totaling 1030 on the year surpassing Shefonda Colbert's total of 917 set in 1992-93.
She also re-wrote the record book breaking the freshman record in field goals attempted with 445 attempts this season and games started with 29 in her freshman campaign.
The Miami native also can find herself in the record books for top single-game and season performances, including her 38-point debut this season along with single-season double-double's, totaling 12.
Berry also finished with 264 rebounds on the year, good for 9th in the single-season record book.
The 6-2 freshman also caught the conference's attention by finishing out the regular season in the top 10 out of all Big West players in multiple categories, including: double-doubles (1st, 12), scoring (3rd- 14.5 ppg), rebounding (2nd – 9.1 rpg), offensive rebounds (8th – 2.0 rpg), defensive rebounds (1st – 7.1 rpg) and minutes played (2nd – 35.5 avg/g).
Berry is the first freshman to make the All-Freshman team since her teammate Samantha Logan earned the nod back in the 2013-14 season.