skip to Main Content

SAU logoHartford City, IN – The Crossroads Conference has released the women’s basketball award winners and Spring Arbor University’s Carlie Newman was named to the League’s All-Crossroads team.  Newman, who averaged over 16 points per game, 31st in the NAIA for DII schools, and fourth in the Crossroads League was named to the league’s second team.  Newman was the lone Cougar named.

In 30 games for the Cougars this season, Newman tallied 498 points, led Spring Arbor with 236 rebounds (7.8 rebounds per game), was second on the team in 3-pointers (57), assists (65), and steals (52).

Newman’s 236 rebounds was second best in the Crossroads League and makes the sophomore just one of four players to appear in the League’s top five in both points and rebounds.

Spring Arbor finished their season with a record of 11-19 overall and 5-13 in the CL earning the Cougars a number eight seed.


Back To Top