Former Lexington Christian Academy standout Anna Martin and former Lexington Catholic star Natalie Novosel were named to the All-Big East first team, the conference announced Thursday.
Martin, a junior guard at DePaul, was one of two unanimous selections. Novosel, a senior guard at Notre Dame, was a first-team selection for the second year in a row.
Louisville sophomore guard Shoni Schimmel also made the 11-player first team.
Lindsey Wilson 86, Georgetown 77: After serving a half-game suspension, Lindsey Wilson freshman Monny Niamke scored 24 points to power the Blue Raiders (20-11) past third-seeded Georgetown (21-9) in the quarterfinals of the Mid-South Tournament in Frankfort. Niamke was 7-for-10 from the floor and 9-for-11 from the foul line.
Senior Jessica Waddle led Georgetown with 17 points. Mikkah Rogers added 16 points and Andrea Howard 14.
Cumberlands 73, Virginia-Wise 59: Conference player of the year Lauren Wombles had 16 points and 11 rebounds to lead top-seeded Cumberlands over No. 8 seed U.Va.-Wise in the Mid-South quarterfinals. Wombles, a 6-foot senior from London, Ky., needed eight points to pass Soni Smith atop the school's career scoring list and broke the record on a three-pointer with three seconds left in the first half. Cumberlands (26-3) will play Campbellsville on Saturday.
Campbellsville 69, St. Catharine College 59: Chelsea Craig had 16 points and seven rebounds to lead fourth-seeded Campbellsville (20-11) over fifth-seeded St. Catharine (24-10) in the Mid-South quarterfinals. Campbellsville shot 16-for-19 from the free-throw line (84.2 percent).
Tennessee Tech 81, EKU 65: No. 3 seed Tennessee Tech (16-15) jumped to a 43-25 halftime lead and rolled past EKU (13-16) in the quarterfinals of the Ohio Valley Conference Tournament in Nashville. Tennessee Tech will play Eastern Illinois in the semifinals on Friday. Alex Jones led EKU with 14 points and 16 rebounds, her 24th career double-double. Jade Barber added 11 points and 10 rebounds.
Murray State 90, Austin Peay 73: No. 4 Murray State (13-17) rallied from a 14-point deficit in the first half to beat Austin Peay (9-22) in the OVC Tournament quarterfinals. Mallory Schwab had 18 points and 11 rebounds for her first career double-double, and Mariah Robinson added 21 points for the Racers.
Kentucky Wesleyan 73, Wisconsin-Parkside 71: Bianca Barton's last-second layup gave No. 7 seed Kentucky Wesleyan (17-12) an upset win over No. 2 seed Wisconsin-Parkside (22-5) in the quarterfinals of the GLVC Tournament in Springfield, Ill. Kentucky Wesleyan will play No. 6 seed Indianapolis on Saturday.
No. 13 Michigan 72, Illinois 61: Tim Hardaway Jr. had 25 points and 11 rebounds to help keep visiting Michigan (22-8, 12-5) in the Big Ten title race with a win over Illinois (17-13, 6-11). Michigan can claim a share of the conference title with a win Sunday over Penn State and an Ohio State win over Michigan State.
Illinois was playing for its increasingly slim hope at making the NCAA Tournament, and fighting against persistent speculation that its coach, Bruce Weber, is on the verge of losing his job. Since briefly leading the Big Ten in January, Illinois has lost 10 of 12.
No. 22 Florida State 63, No. 24 Virginia 60: Ian Miller made a three-pointer in the final second and Florida State (20-9, 11-4 Atlantic Coast Conference) rallied from 11 points down in last 41/2 minutes to stun host Virginia (21-8, 8-7). Mike Scott scored 28 points, his career high in an ACC game, for the Cavaliers.