Ht.: 5-6; Pos.: G
Comment: Two-year varsity starter averaged 9.1 points, 4.7 rebounds and 3.1 assists to help Titans return to state tournament. George Mason and Stetson have expressed interest.
Ht.: 6-3; Pos.: C
Comment: Tulsa signee was a powerful force inside for the Patriots, who earned a regional semifinal berth. Averaged 14.1 ppg, 14.9 rpg, and totaled 41 blocks, 21 assists and 20 steals.
Ht.: 5-4; Pos.: G
Comment: Three-year varsity starter helped lead team to a berth in the BCAA Big 8 tournament and the first regional championship game in school history. Averaged 18.9 points, 6.0 rpg, and 6.0 apg.
South Broward senior
Ht.: 5-5; Pos.: G
Comment: Sharp-shooting guard helped Bulldogs claim District 16-7A title and averaged 15.0 ppg. North Central College, Elmhurst College and Tusculum College are interested.
Coconut Creek senior
Ht.: 5-7; Pos.: G
Comment: Four-year varsity starter scored her 1,000th career point this year. Averaged 12.3 ppg and earned interest from several college programs including Lynn and Florida Memorial.
NameSchoolClassPos.Shamauria BridgesMiramarSeniorGShauntavia DobsonNortheastJuniorGKhayla LivingstonArchbishop McCarthySeniorGKiani LurryNovaSophomoreGMary Katherine MooreSt. Thomas AquinasFreshmanCAshley SaintigeneNortheastFreshmanF
Archbishop McCarthy: Amber Amortegui, Hayley Duren, Gabriella Middleton; Blanche Ely: Jamesha Paul, Ayana Price; Coconut Creek: Shamari Josey, Joelle Patterson; Cypress Bay: Scarlett Rocha, Elizabeth Wright; Deerfield Beach: Brinesha Paul; Douglas: Ashley Arinus, Sarah Cooper, Deja Enos; Everglades: Tiana Harvey; Flanagan: Patricia Albano, Erin Cortes, Laura Morency; Fort Lauderdale: Teylah Harris; McArthur: Juliann Andrews, Joana Pascaul; Miramar: Chione Daniel, Niadasha Green, Davicia Lee; Nova: Rishonti Cowart, Kiera Duncanson, Deja Roberts; St. Thomas Aquinas: Gaby Gonzalez, Kelsey Howard, Natalie McNerney; South Broward: Alexis Brito, Briyana Lloyd, Aaliyah Spatafora; Taravella: Taylor Adams, Danielle Kamicka, J'Lene Martinez.
Coach of the Year
Comment: After the graduation of three of the Titans' players from last year's state tournament-qualifying team, Hively wasn't sure what to expect from this season's young squad. But the Titans remained one of Broward's top teams, advancing to a seventh consecutive BCAA Big 8 championship game and finishing with a 22-8 record. Nova also returned to Lakeland for a second straight year and finished as the Class 7A state runner-up, defeating Haines City 47-44 in the semifinal and losing to Gainesville Buchholz 63-49 in the title game. "We had three seniors from last year's team go to college and a lot of people thought we were in rebuilding mode, but these girls stepped it up. They rose to the occasion during the most important and most crucial time of the year. We had a good showing in the Big 8 and made that run in the playoffs to put ourselves in the position to play for a state title," he said.Copyright © 2015, Los Angeles Times