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Published
March 22, 2011
By
Chris Duke

Azusa, Calif Azusa Pacific, fresh off its NAIA national championship got more good news today with 2 Cougars being named NAIA All-America second-team. Junior guard Eboni Sadler collects her first All-American honor, while senior Alex Moore-Porter earns her third consecutive NAIA All-America selection.

This year, Sadler and Moore-Porter accounted for 1081 points and 411 rebounds in the 36 games that they played. The 2 All-GSAC honorees also guided Azusa Pacific to its second straight Golden State Athletic Conference championship.

Sadler’s selection comes well deserved. She averaged 14.5 points and 5.7 rebounds. Sadler scored over 15 points in 18 games and recorded 7 20-point games. Her best effort on the year came against Westmont College in January, when she scored 27 points and shot 11-for-17 from the field, with 5 steals and 2 assists. During the NAIA Tournament, she averaged 17 points and 8.2 rebounds with her best showing coming in a quarterfinal game against Lubbock Christian when she knocked down 21 points and grabbed 7 rebounds.

A senior out of Seattle, Wash., Moore-Porter has been selected for back-to-back-to back NAIA All-American selections. In 2009, she was a second-teamer followed by a first-team selection in 2010. She becomes the first player in Azusa Pacific history to earn 3 NAIA All-American selections. This year Moore-Porter averaged 15.1 points per game and 5.6 rebounds. Her 577 points on the season pushed her career total to 1,833, third-best on the all-time Cougar scoring list.

To see the full list of NAIA All Americans, visit
2011 Women’s NAIA All-Americans