PHILADELPHIA--Junior Carrie Biemer was named to the All-Ivy Second Team while newcomer Kim Adams made an impact on the All-Rookie Team. It is the first such honor for either player.
A native of Haddonfield, N.J., Biemer led the Quakers' scoring throughout the season. She was the top point-getter in 18 games, scored in double-digits in22 and had 20or more points in six outings. This season, she set or tied personal game bestsin points (28, twice), rebounds (9), assists (5), steals (2), blocks (2), made three-pointers (4) and minutes played (36).
Hailing from White Plains, N.Y., Adams had an impressive freshman campaign. She led the team's scoring in five games, which is the most for a Pennfreshman sinceBig 5Hall of Famer Diana Caramanico did it 13 times during the 1997-98 season.Finishing the season with a 28-point outing, Adams became the team's second leading scorer. She also boasts the League's best three-point percentage in conference games. Her mark of .563 off 18-of-32 in 14 games, bests the former mark of .550 set by Harvard's Beverly Mooreduring the 2003-04 season.
The Quakers finished the season 7-22 and closed out the season with back-to-back wins. Penn and Princeton tied for sixth in the Ivy League standings.