ATLANTA (March 7, 2019) – Natasha Mack of Angelina College is the 2019 WBCA Two-Year College Player of the Year and headlines the 2019 WBCA Two-Year College Coaches’ All-America team, announced by the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association today.

Mack averaged 23.9 points per game and 11.4 rebounds per game for the regular season. She started all 29 of the team’s games while shooting 59.3 percent from the field. Last season, she was a first team WBCA Coaches’ All-American and a second team NJCAA All-American. She also earned NJCAA Region XIV Freshman of the Year honors. Mack is the single-season record holder at Angelina College in scoring, rebounding and blocked shots. Coming out of Lufkin High School, she was one of the ESPN top 100 recruits.

The WBCA presents the Player of the Year award annually to the top player in five of the six WBCA membership divisions (NCAA Divisions II, and III, NAIA, two-year college and high school). The Player of the Year and the 10-member Coaches’ All-America team in each division are selected by a committee of WBCA member coaches in that division. The Wade Trophy is presented to the best player in NCAA Division I.

“The WBCA is pleased to name Natasha Mack as the 2019 WBCA Two-Year College Player of the Year,” said Danielle Donehew, executive director of the WBCA. “Natasha has played an integral role in guiding her team to an extraordinary season and is very deserving of this distinguished honor. The WBCA applauds Natasha for her hard work, dedication and contributions to the game.”

Here is the 2019 WBCA Two-Year College Coaches’ All-America team:



Daliyah Brown

Miami-Dade College

Abby Coates

Illinois Central College

Alexus Dye

Gulf Coast State College

Gabbie Green

South Plains College

Patrycja Jaworska

Miles Community College

Natasha Mack

Angelina College

Juliunn Redmond

Tallahassee Community College

Brooke Reynolds

Central Maine Community College

Taylor Stricklin

Umpqua Community College

Silvia Veloso

Seward County Community College

“The 10 members of the 2019 WBCA Two-Year College Coaches’ All-America Team are well deserving of this recognition, and the WBCA congratulates them for their accomplishments this season,” said Donehew. “These young women have worked to elevate themselves and their teams to an elite level and through their exceptional talents on the basketball court, they have lifted the women’s game.”

Here are the student-athletes who received 2019 WBCA Two-Year College Coaches’ All-America honorable mention:



Jayla Bibbs

Lake Michigan College

Makenzie Bond

Eastern Arizona College

Daisha Bradford

Tallahassee Community College

Sankia Braxton

San Joaquin Delta College

Curtessia Dean

Trinity Valley Community College

Rachel Dumoulin

Elgin Community College

Alexius Foster

Dawson Community College

Lexi Hernandez

Seward County Community College

Hannah Kreiger

Hudson Valley Community College

Arleighshya McElroy

Trinity Valley Community College

Michelle Pruitt

Miami-Dade College

Kristen Quigley

Chandler-Gilbert Community College

Cece Quintino

Ventura College

Jordyn Reynolds

Central Maine Community College

Jacionna Stowers

Johnson County Community College

Aniah Williams

Madison College

About the WBCA
Founded in 1981, the Women's Basketball Coaches Association is the professional association for coaches of women's and girls' basketball at all levels of competition. The WBCA offers educational resources that coaches need to help make themselves better leaders, teachers and mentors to their players; provides opportunities for coaches to connect with peers in the profession; serves as the unifying voice of a diverse community of coaches to the organizations that control the game; and celebrates those coaches, players and other individuals who excel each year and contribute to the advancement of the sport. Visit for more details about the Association.