Bri Kulas earned her third honor of the season on Tuesday.
March 18, 2014
Columbia, Mo. - Mizzou women's basketball senior Bri Kulas earned more well-deserved recognition on Tuesday as she was named to the Associated Press All-SEC Second Team as announced by the organization today. The award is the third for Kulas this season as she was recognized by the Southeastern Conference on the All-SEC First Team as well as to the College Sports Madness All-SEC Third Team.
Kulas is having a strong season as she leads the team with an average of 18.6 points per game, a number that is second-best in the SEC. She also ranks among the league's top 10 with her 44.1 shooting percentage, 83.7-percent free throw percentage, 1.8 three-pointers made per game and her 5.1 defensive rebounds per game. Kulas also ranks eighth in the country for her shooting percentage. Most recently, Kulas tallied her 1,000th career point, and she is just three points away from reaching 1,000 points in her time at Mizzou.
Kulas and the Tigers will continue their season this Thursday at Creighton in the first round of the WNIT. Keep checking in to MUTigers.com for more information on Mizzou Women's Basketball. Fans can also follow the team on Twitter (@MizzouWBB), Instagram (@MizzouWBB) and Facebook (facebook.com/MizzouWBB).
PLAYER OF THE YEAR -- Meighan Simmons, Tennessee COACH OF THE YEAR -- u-Dawn Staley, South Carolina NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR -- Alaina Coates, South Carolina
u-Tiffany Mitchell, South Carolina, G, 5-9, So.
Isabelle Harrison, Tennessee, C, 6-3, Jr.
Meighan Simmons, Tennessee, G, 5-9, Sr.
Courtney Walker, Texas A&M, G, 5-8, So.
t-Martha Alwal, Mississippi State, C, 6-4, Jr.
t-Christina Foggie, Vanderbilt, G, 5-9, Sr.
t-Tia Faleru, Mississippi, F, 6-1, Jr.
Theresa Plaisance, LSU, F, 6-5, Sr.
Bri Kulas, Missouri, F, 6-1, Sr.
Aleighsa Welch, South Carolina, F, 6-0, Jr
Jaterra Bonds, Florida, G, 5-7, Sr.
Tyrese Tanner, Auburn, G-F, 6-1, Sr.
Shacobia Barbee, Georgia, G-F, 5-10, So.; Alaina Coates, South Carolina, C, 6-4, Fr.; Jessica Jackson, Arkansas, F, 6-3, Fr.; Valencia McFarland, Mississippi, G, 5-4, Sr.; Jennifer O'Neill, Kentucky, G, 5-6, Jr.; DeNesha Stallworth, Kentucky, F, 6-3, Sr.
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