Mackenzie Wolter became the first St. Olaf women's basketball player to earn three All-MIAC honors in at least 30 years.

Wolter earns third All-MIAC honor, Cerjan is league's sixth player of the year and all-rookie team

Mike Ludwig
February 27, 2013

ST. PAUL, Minn. - St. Olaf senior Mackenzie Wolter was named All-MIAC for the third straight season, while first year Kim Cerjan was named the MIAC's sixth player of the year and to the all-first year team.

Wolter becomes the first St. Olaf women's basketball player in at least 30 years to earn three straight All-MIAC honors. She averaged 13.3 points/game in conference play, which ranked eighth in the league. She was also in the top 15 in the league in steals, assists and free throw percentage. She finished her career with 1,223 points which ranks second at St. Olaf.

Wolter closed her season and career with a 25-point effort at Saint Ben's, capping a 15-game stretch where she averaged 15.3 points/game.

Cerjan averaged 11.4 points/game in her first season and was second in the league in three-pointers made (56) and seventh in three-point percentage (.364). She made at least one three-pointer in all but two games and her 56 three's rank second for a single-season at St. Olaf. She shot 92.0 percent from the line (46-for-50) and collected 4.4 rebounds a game in 24.1 minutes of action.

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