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Iowa State’s Carleton Named AP All-American

Iowa State’s Carleton Named AP All-American

AMES, Iowa – The postseason awards continue to pile up for Iowa State senior Bridget Carleton.

Carleton, the 2019 Big 12 Player of the Year, earned another All-America accolade today by being named to the Associated Press’ All-America Second Team this afternoon.

A native of Chatham, Ontario, Carleton put together one of the finest seasons and careers in the history of Iowa State women’s hoops. Carleton led the Big 12 in scoring at 21.7, breaking ISU’s season point record with 760.

She ended her career just eight points shy of breaking ISU’s all-time scoring mark with 2,142 points. Carleton also ranks in the top-five in Iowa State’s record book in career field goals (3rd, 713), steals (3rd, 211), blocked shots (3rd, 124) and 3-pointers (5th, 255).

Carleton is the third Cyclone to earn second-team AP All-America honors, joining Angie Welle (2002) and Stacy Frese (2000).

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