Tiffany Gehl named a WBCA All-American

The Women’s Basketball Coaches Association announced on Wednesday night their 2013-2014 10-member Junior/Community College Coaches’ All-America Team and one the selection was Minnesota West's Tiffany Gehl

Gehl, a sophomore from Fulda, averaged 22.9 points per game this season in helping to lead the Minnesota West Lady Jays to a 22-6 record and a runner-up finish in this year’s Region 13 tournament. Tiffany Gehl also became the Lady Jays’ all-time leading scorer, passing Sam Lynn’s 1,147 points. Gehl averaged 20.6 points per game as a freshman, helping Minnesota West finish 2012-2013 with a 20-7 overall record and a runner-up finish in last year's Region 13 championship. Last year she finished with 514 points and add that to the 640 points she scored during her sophomore season for a 2-year total of 1,154 points.

Minnesota Lady Jays Basketball Coach Mike Fury said “It was a pleasure to be able to coach Tiffany, she is a great player and person!”

WBCA CEO Beth Bass said: “The 10 members of the 2014 WBCA Junior/Community College Coaches’ All-America Team are well deserving of this honor and the WBCA congratulates them for their efforts this season.” “These young women have done an exceptional job of pushing the women’s game to a new standard.”

The team was selected by a vote of the selection committee. The committee is composed of one representative from each of the nine geographical regions and a chairperson.

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