College Basketball: Geroski, Mangas earn all-OAC honors

There are plenty of familiar faces on the all-Ohio Athletic Conference women’s basketball teams that were released on Wednesday.
Leipsic graduate and Baldwin-Wallace junior Sheri Mangas was named to the Ohio Athletic Conference’s second team.
Mangas, also an OAC tournament team selection last week, is third on her team in scoring at 10.8 points per game. She also is averaging 2.0 rebounds per game with 39 assists and 17 steals.
The Yellow Jackets take on Lebanon Valley (Pa.) College at 5 p.m. Friday in an NCAA Division III regional semifinal game in York, Pa.
Fostoria St. Wendelin grad and Capital University senior Cookie Geroski was an honorable mention all-OAC pickfor the Crusaders.
She currently ranks second on the team in both scoring (11.9 points per game) and rebounding (5.5 rebounds per game). She ranks in the top 10 in the OAC in minutes per game (34.9), 3-pointers made (43), free throw percentage (82.1), defensive rebounds (125), assists (76) and assist-to-turnover ratio (2-to-1).
A four-year starter, it marked the third all-OAC award for Geroski during her career.
Capital will travel to Ferrum, Va. for an opening-round NCAA Division III tournament game on Friday at 7 p.m.
Ohio Northern’s Cenzie Yoder and Jordan Kimes made the all-OAC first team.
This is the third time Yoder has been named All-OAC and second time she received first-team honors.
She leads the team with 94 assists and 40 steals and is second on the Polar Bears in scoring (11.4 ppg) and rebounding (6.9 rpg).
Kimes leads the team in scoring (15.2 ppg), rebounding (9.0 rpg), field goal percentage (.587), 3-point percentage (.537) and blocks (55).
She has pulled down 252 rebounds this season, which is second most in single season history and just 10 shy of breaking the single season record.
Ohio Northern plays Transylvania (Ky.) on Friday at 5 p.m. in an opening-round NCAA Division III tournament game at DePauw, Ind.


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