Tait Named All-Centennial Honorable Mention

Tait Named All-Centennial Honorable Mention

LANCASTER, PA -- Washington College junior guard Meghan Tait (Oxford, PA/Oxford Area) has earned All-Centennial Conference honorable mention in a vote conducted by the conference's head women's basketball coaches.

Tait led the Centennial Conference in assists per game for the second consecutive season, handing out 5.3 per contest. She was second on the team and 20th in the conference in scoring (10.4 points per game) and fourth on the team and 16th in the conference in rebounding (6.4 rebounds per game). She was also 14th in the conference in free-throw percentage (.711) and  third in minutes played per game (36.1) and led the Shorewomen with 37 steals.

One of two Shorewomen to start every game this season, Tait scored in double figures 16 times, including each of the final six games of the season. She played all 40 minutes in eight games and played at least 35 minutes in 22 of Washington's 25 games.

The Shorewomen finished the season with a 12-13 overall record, matching their highest win total of the past dozen years, and a 10-10 conference record, marking their first .500 or better season in conference play since the 1998-99 campaign. The Shorewomen were the youngest team in the conference this season with no seniors, two juniors, one sophomore, and eight freshmen on the roster.