RUSTON, La. - The Louisiana Sports Writers Association announced that Loyola women's basketball players Keiva Council and Jasmine Brewer have been named to All-Louisiana teams for the 2010-2011 season. Council was named to the All-Louisiana Second Team, while Brewer earned an Honorable Mention spot.
Council, a junior from Houston, Texas, scored 16.9 points per game and added 6 rebounds, 4.2 assists and 2 steals per game. She led her team in points, assists, steals and blocks, and was ranked nationally in five categories. She was one of two players in the nation to make over 200 free throws, and she shot over 79 percent on the season. During the season, she set a new school scoring record when she had 43 points and a career-high 14 rebounds against Dillard.
She finished the season with 1175 career points, good for sixth place on Loyola's all-time scoring list. Her 541 points scored in 2010-11 was the fifth best total in LU history. Earlier this year, Council earned Honorable Mentions for both the NAIA Division I All-American Team and the NAIA State Farm Coaches' All-America Team. She was named to the SSAC All-Academic, All-Conference and All-Conference Tournament Teams and was selected as an NAIA Scholar Athlete.
Brewer, a freshman from Houston, took the SSAC by storm, earning both the Freshman of the Year and Sixth Man of the Year Awards from the conference, as well as earning an All-Conference nod. She led the team in rebounding, grabbing 6.5 per game, and also scored 13.8 points per game. Brewer was very efficient on the court, scoring on 57.1 percent of her field goal attempts. Her breakout game came against Lee, when she shot 7-for-10 from the floor and 13-for-13 from the free throw line, scoring 27 points in the two-point win over the Flames.
The Wolfpack went 20-12 on the season and reached the championship game of the Southern States Athletic Conference Tournament in Loyola's first year in the SSAC.
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