2019-20 NCAA Women’s Basketball


 

The 2019-20 NCAA Women’s Basketball Season is over with aspirations of some players pursuing a professional basketball career. Also, returning players in renewing their hopes of becoming champions for the next season.

 

ProScoutsOnline.com completion of its Rankings and Overall Ratings of players for the 2019-20 NCAA Women’s Basketball Season. The stats were taken from a list of the NCAA top 50 scoring and rebounding leaders.  Also, the sorting of players stats from for each division.  In addition, combining all three division for the 2019-20 NCAA Women’s Basketball Season.

Shown below are the 10 top players overall ratings for D1, D2, D3.  Accessing all of the divisions by clicking the appropriate links.

 

Scoring Leaders: | D1, D2, D3 |    | D1 |    | D 2 |    | D3 |

Rebounding Leaders:  | D1, D2, D3 |    | D1 |    | D 2 |    | D3 |

 

Below are the top 5 Scoring leaders overall rating for the 2019-20 NCAA Women’s Basketball Season:

 

w - guards/forwards scoring leaders

 

 

No. 1 Chelsey Perry (Jr) – UT Martin (D1)    

HT: 6′-2″  PTS/G: 23.1  FG%: 50.2  3FG%: 38.5   

FT%:  85.8    REB/G:  7.9   AST/G:  2
 

 

 

 

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No. 2 Stella Johnson (Sr) – Rider (D1)    

HT: 5′-10″  PTS/G: 24.8  FG%: 47  3FG%: 32.9   

FT%:  80.4    REB/G:  7.6   AST/G:  3.8

 

 

 

 

d2 - women's scoring leaders

 

 

No.3 Kallie Bildner (Sr) –  Lindenwood  (MO) (D2)  

PTS/G:  22  HT: 6′-3″  FG%:  61.2   3FG%:  37.7

FT%: 87.1   REB/G:  11.8  AST/G:  1.4

 

 

 

 

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No. 4 Tyra James (Sr) – Urbana (D2)    

HT: 6′-0″  PTS/G: 24.2  FG%: 49.4  3FG%: 30 

FT%:  79.2    REB/G:  10.7   AST/G:  4.6

 

 

 

 

 

d3 - women's scoring leaders

 

 

No. 5 Leah Springer (Sr) – Messiah (D3)  

HT: 6′-0″  PTS/G:  19.2   FG%:  48.1  3FG%: 40.3   

FT%: 82.3   REB/G: 10.2  AST/G:  2.4

 

 

 

 

Below are the top 5 Rebounding leaders overall rating for the 2019-20 NCAA Women’s Basketball Season:

 

 

No. 1 Shannon Ryan (Sr) – St. Anselm (D2)   

 

HT: 6′-4″  REB/G: 15   PTS/G: 23   FG%:  53.1   

3FG%:  0   FT%:  73.7  BLSK/G:  2.1

 

 

 

d2 - women's scoring leaders

 

No. 2  Kallie Bildner (Sr) – Lindenwood (MO) – (D2)  

 

HT: 6′-3″  REB/G: 11.8  PTS/G: 22  FG%: 61.2 

 

3FG%:  37.7   FT%: 87.1   BLKS/G:  .8

 

 

 

w - forwards/centers rebounding leaders

 

No. 3 Kelly Williams (Sr) – Randolph Macon (D3)   

 

HT: 6′-3″  REB/G: 12  PTS/G: 17.5  FG%: 52.1   

3FG%: 42.9   FT%: 69.8  BLSK/G:  2.4

 

 

 

 

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No. 4 Alexy Mollenhauer (Sr) – Anderson SC – (D2)   

HT: 5′-11″ REB/G: 12.4  PTS/G: 19.7  FG%: 45.9   

3FG%: 40.8   FT%: 85.3  BLSK/G:  1.6

 

 

 

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No. 5 Natasha Mack (Jr) – Oklahoma St. – (D1)   

 

HT: 6′-4″  REB/G: 12.5  PTS/G: 17.6  FG%: 51.6   

3FG%: 12.5   FT%: 67.7  BLSK/G:  3.6

 

 

Finally, this is a statistical evaluation which provides coaches, scouts, or agents the opportunity to identify players that might be otherwise overlooked, for players from more prominent schools.  Whereby, this can also help assist agents to identify potential players in hopes of pursuing a professional career in basketball.

 


 

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