~ Athlete of the Week selected by the publisher
LURAY, March 3 — On Monday, the NCAA Division II Mountain East Conference announced that Frostburg State’s Emilee Weakley had been named the conference’s “Freshman of the Year”, as well as earning All-MEC first-team honors.
Weakley, the all-time scoring leader at Luray High School and among the top five all-time in Virginia, led all scorers in the MEC during the regular season at 25.5 points per game — almost six more than the next closest average — while also finishing second in the conference at 10.4 rebounds per game. She set FSU’s single-season scoring record, which currently sits at 715 points — the third-most in a season in MEC history as well.
During the season, Weakley set the conference and program record for points in a single game, putting up 47 against West Liberty in an overtime win.
Weakley also leads Frostburg State in steals (42), while being second in three-pointers made (41) and three-point percentage (31.8%). She has also been named the MEC Player of the Week on four occasions.
On Wednesday, the Frostburg State women’s basketball team earned their first-ever Mountain East Conference tournament victory in their first-ever MEC tournament appearance as they defeated Davis & Elkins 70-64 in WesBanco Arena. Weakley led the way with 24 points along with eight rebounds.
For full stats and more information on Emilee Weakley’s collegiate career,
visit the Frostburg State University women’s basketball page.
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