ATLANTA (Feb. 24) — Georgia Tech senior Danielle Donehew has been named to the 2000 GTE District 3 All-Academic Women’s Basketball Team as selected by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA), it was announced Thursday.
Donehew, who has a 3.28 cumulative grade point average in Industrial Engineering, was the only Atlantic Coast Conference player named to the district team, which includes players from Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia. She was joined on the team by Elena Kisselva of Liberty, Kelly and Coco Miller of Georgia, Sara Moore of Campbell and Amy Wetzel of Virginia Tech.
All six players named to the district team will advance to the national ballot and be considered for Academic all-America honors.
Earlier this season, Donehew became Georgia Tech’s career leader for three-pointers made and attempted. In her career, she has hit 225-of-601 three pointers for a percentage of 37.8, which is fourth all-time at Tech. On the ACC career charts, Donehew ranks fifth in threes made, fourth in threes attempted and 10th in three-point percentage.
On the season, Donehew is the Yellow Jackets’ second-leading scorer, averaging 10.2 points per game. She ranks second overall in the ACC with 2.4 threes per game and fifth overall in the conference with a 35.4 shooting percentage from three-point range.