Nance named ACCC Player of YearPublished 11:02am Wednesday, March 20, 2013
Special to the Enquirer
Ashley Nance was named the 2013 Alabama Community College Conference Player of the Year at the conclusion of the ACCC women’s tournament last week.
Nance, a 5-foot-10 sophomore from Danville, averaged a double-double this season, scoring 16.8 points per game and collecting 10.5 rebounds. She finished with 20 double-doubles and led the ACCC North Division in scoring.
Nance completed her two-year career with 933 points and 551 rebounds, for averages of 14.6 points and 8.6 rebounds. The Wallace State women finished 23-10 this season and a state runner-up in both of Nance’s seasons on campus. Additionally, she was a first-team All-ACCC selection as a freshman in 2012. She plans to continue her career at a four-year school and is mulling over multiple offers.
“I hate to see Ashley go. She’s one of the more special players to come through Wallace State in a long time. It’s going to be tough to replace her. All of the accolades she’s earned are well-deserved,” said Wallace State coach Burdette.