Tarawa, a sophomore from Utah, will leave CWC as the modern day career scoring leader. She set a single season mark for most points with 475 as a Freshman. She also is #4 on the single season list for assists and is third in career blocked shots.
Latu, a freshman from Queensland, Australia, made 60 three pointers this season. That's the third best single season from behind the arc in modern day records. She was 45% from the three point line this season, averaging 14.3 points per game while shooting 84% from the free throw line.
Simental is a 2nd team All Region 9 pick. The Freshman from Pueblo, Colorado, led the Rustlers in scoring at 16 points per game. He was also 90 percent from the free throw line ending up #3 in the nation in free throw percentage. He made a team high 71 three pointers connecting on 41% of shots behind the arc.
The CWC women ended the season 10-20 under first year head coach Lindsey Fearing. The men were 11-20 under first year head coach Brad Schmit. Both coaches are busy recruiting for next year.
Region 9 Champions, Casper College, landed two players on the first team and another on the 2nd team list. Sheridan put one player on the 1st team and one on the 2nd team.