PUEBLO, Colo. (March 14, 2017) – Colorado State University Pueblo Women's Basketball 's Molly Rohrer continued to collect accolades Tuesday when she earned First Team All-South Central Region honors from the D-II Conference Commissioners Association. Tuileisu Anderson received Second Team All-Region honors.
Rohrer adds First Team All-Region honors to a season-long list of records and awards. In addition to her D-II First Team All-Region selection, Rohrer was named Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Player of the Year. She also received First team All-RMAC honors for the second consecutive season. Six times during the 2016-17 season, Rohrer received RMAC Player of the Week honors, more than any other team had total.
The Pack's center set a school record with 77 total blocks. Her 2.4 blocks per game also stands as new CSU-Pueblo record. Rohrer finished 12th in D-II in total blocks and 21st in blocks per game. She also stands second in school history with 144 career blocks in just two seasons.
Rohrer finished fourth in the RMAC with 15.8 points per game. She placed sixth in the RMAC in field goal percentage, making 49.7 percent of her shots from the field. Rohrer also improved her free throw percentage by 15 percent, knocking down 81.6 percent at the line.
In the Pack's win over Adams State University, Rohrer set a school record with eight blocks. Rohrer scored a career-high 32 points to lead the Pack past Colorado School of Mines.
Anderson(Jr., Vancouver, Washington) received her first regional recognition. Like Rohrer, Anderson earned First Team All-RMAC honors for the second consecutive season. She was selected RMAC Player of the Week three times during the 2016-17 season.
The junior guard also set a school record with 82 3-pointers this season. Her 82 treys led the RMAC and ranked 23rd in D-II.
Anderson became the 14th 1,000 point scorer in school history with a 24-point outing also against Adams State. She now ranks 11th at CSU-Pueblo with 1,115 career points. Anderson is also tied for third all-time at CSU-Pueblo, with Dee Arrieta, 1ith 156 career 3-pointers.
The RMAC's second-leading scorer, Anderson finished with15.8 points per game. She scored a career-high 30 points in the Pack's win over Westminster College, Dec. 10.
Rohrer and Anderson led the Pack to program record 28 wins. CSU-Pueblo also won its First RMAC Regular Season Championship in 29 years.
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As a member of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference, Colorado State University – Pueblo competes in 22 varsity sports in NCAA Division II intercollegiate athletics.