Hannah Wandersee, a 6-foot-2 junior center from Kodiak, garnered all-region honors for her play this season with the UAA women's basketball team.
Wandersee was a second-team pick, making her one of the top 10 players in the NCAA Division II West Region according to a vote by the region's sports information directors. The region includes 38 teams.
Wandersee led the Seawolves in four statistical categories — scoring (14.7 points per game), rebounding (6.3), blocks (1.5) and field-goal percentage (52.9).
UAA's season ended Monday with a 71-70 loss to Montana State-Billings in the championship game of the West Region tournament in Azusa, California.
Wandersee attempted a last-second shot in the game, but it was blocked by Alisa Breen, who was named the West Region's player of the year. The Seawolves finished with a 27-5 record.
Alisha Breen, MSU-Billings
Roya Rustamzada, Point Loma
Dalayna Sampton, UC San Diego
Natalie Diaz, Dominican
Abbigail Goodsell, Azusa Pacific
Whitney Branham, Chico State
Hannah Wandersee, UAA
Kayla Williams, UC San Diego
Lexi Tubbs, Northwest Nazarene
Sandra Ikeora, Dominican