INDIANAPOLIS - Team captain Kim Tom (Daly City, CA) was nominated for the NCAA Woman of the Year, as announced by the NCAA today.
Tom, a captain for the past three years, graduated as the school's career free-throw percentage leader with a degree in Molecular Cell and Developmental Biology.
She averaged 12.5 points a game her senior season, was 3rd on the team in three-pointers and led the squad with 88.9% free-throw shooting, ranking 10th in that category nationally.
"Kim has excelled academically and athletically," said head coach Todd Kent. "It's a well-deserved honor to be nominated for such an award."
The NCAA Woman of the Year program honors the academic achievements, athletics excellence, community service and leadership of graduating female college athletes from all three divisions. To be eligible, a nominee must have competed and earned a varsity letter in an NCAA-sponsored sport, must have completed eligibility in her primary sport, and must have earned her undergraduate degree by Summer 2018.