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Tarbert earns multiple All-American honors

After setting numerous NCAA and Stevenson records as a senior Sara Tarbert earned All-American more All-American honors.

To nobody’s surprise, Stevenson forward Sara Tarbert has earned All-American honors by the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA) and for her performance during her remarkable senior season. Tarbert was one of 10 players selected to the WBCA All-American team and a Second Team All-American by

After garnering Honorable Mention honors by the WBCA each of the past two seasons and Third Team honors by as a junior, Tarbert took another giant step forward as was even more dominant as a senior.

Also the Mid-Atlantic Regional Player of the Year and ECAC South Player of the Year, Tarbert averaged 23.2 points and 13.8 rebounds per game and set a Division III record for consecutive double-doubles as she posted 30 in a row dating back to last season. Along with her impressive double-double marks, she also shot 52.1-percent from the floor, 2.8 steals, 2.5 assists and 1.7 blocks per game. She scored at least 20 points on 19 occasions this season, 30 points five times and 40 points twice. Her 49 point at Widener on December 3 set a program record and earned her USBWA National Player of the Week honors.

Tarbert ranked fourth in the nation in scoring and fifth in rebounding. She set Stevenson’s all-time records with 1,780 points and 1,005 rebounds, coming in three seasons and 84 games after transferring from Division I UMBC, where she was the America East Conference Rookie of the Year.

Tarbert also set program records with 244 career steals and ranks third with 112 blocks and is top 10 with 172 career assists. In her final game at Owings Mills Gymnasium, Tarbert set a program record with 25 rebounds. That was in the first round of the ECAC Tournament, which she led the Mustangs into the semifinals.

Tarbert led Stevenson to postseason appearances in all three of her seasons, including the team’s first-ever NCAA Tournament appearance in 2014-15, and an ECAC South title in 2016.

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