LOS ANGELES – Charlotte’s Jennifer Hailey, the Atlantic 10 Player of the Year, has been named to the Fullcourt.com Mid-Major All-American Second Team, as announced recently by the online website dedicated to women’s basketball coverage.

Hailey helped guide the 49ers to a 26-6 record, the second best in program history, and a berth in the WNIT Sweet 16 for the second time in the last three years. Charlotte placed second in the Atlantic 10 regular season with a 13-1 ledger, one game shy of nationally-ranked Dayton, under the direction of second-year head coach Cara Consuegra.

Hailey set a number of records and milestones along the way, including joining both the 1,000-point and 1,000-rebound clubs. She also set the school’s career blocked shots record and was named the Atlantic 10 Player of the Week four times.

She joined fellow senior Jai Forney in tying the program mark for career games played, and the pair and Amanda Dowe finished as the school’s winningest senior class.

Fullcourt.com recognized Hailey’s accomplishments by noting that she was “A double-double specialist (15.4 ppg, 11.5 rpg) and the best player in the deepest non-BCS conference, Hailey earned Atlantic 10 Player of the Year honors while becoming just the fourth player in program history to finish with more than 1,000 points and 1,000 rebounds.”

Hailey is the first postseason All-American of any sort for the Charlotte program since Basketball Times honored Charlita Davis with an Honorable Mention plaudit following the 1992-93 campaign.

Founded in 1996, FullCourt.com is the longest running provider of women’s basketball coverage on the web. Full Court comprehensively covers all levels of women’s basketball with in-depth news, analysis and features including the past four Olympics, every Women’s NCAA Final Four since 1996 and every WNBA Finals since 1997. In 2011 Full Court merged with Inside Women’s Basketball, a basketball magazine founded in 2009. In February of 2012, with combined staff and resources, the two companies launched the re-designed and re-branded FullCourt.com.

2013 Fullcourt.com Mid-Major All-American Teams
Player of the Year
Elena Delle Donne, Delaware

Niveen Rasheed, Princeton
Crystal Bradford, Central Michigan
Kevi Luper, Oral Roberts
Ki-Ki Moore, Fresno State
Chelsea Hopkins, San Diego State

Jennifer Hailey, Charlotte
Keiara Avant, Hampton
Jasmine Newsome, UT-Martin
Devon Brown, Liberty
Ebony Rowe, Middle Tennessee

Keena Mays, SMU
Rachel Tecca, Akron
Jerica Coley, FIU
Chatilla van Grinsven, Saint Joseph’s
Sam McKay, Dayton

Honorable Mention
Sophia Aleksandrivicius, Davidson
Chantell Alford, Boston U.
Katie Baker, Montana
Alyssa Bennett, Hampton
Brandi Brown, Youngstown State
Shareta Brown, Detroit
Heather Butler, UT-Martin
Courtney Clements, San Diego State
Saadia Doyle, Howard
Chastity Gooch, Western Kentucky
Sarah Hansen, FGCU
Megan Herbert, Central Arkansas
Ebone Henry, Albany
Tarik Hislop, James Madison
Andrea Hoover, Dayton
Amanda Hyde, IPFW
Kortni Jones, Middle Tennessee
Taelor Karr, Gonzaga
Jessica Kuster, Rice
Karlis Lloyd, Lamar
Britni Martin, Sam Houston State
Damika Martinez, Iona
Dequesha McClanahan, Winthrop
Victoria McGowan, Stetson
Hollie Mershon, Drexel
Kelsey Minato, Army
Mo Moran, Boston U.
Cheyenne Parker, High Point
Lauren Polansky, Princeton
Adrian Ritchie, Green Bay
Molly Schlemer, Cal Poly
D’shara Strange, Northern Colorado
Kacie Sowell, Seattle
Latia Williams, Prairie View A&M