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Joens named back-to-back Cheryl Miller Award winner

MINNEAPOLIS – Iowa State women’s basketball’s Ashley Joens was named the Cheryl Miller Award winner for the second-consecutive season, the WBCA announced Friday on ESPN. Joens is also the first back-to-back winner of the award, which honors the nation’s top small forward. Joens led the Cyclones with 20.3 points and 9.5 rebounds, while dishing 1.8 […]
IOWA CITY, IA
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Ashley Joens wins second consecutive Cheryl Miller Award

AMES, Iowa (KCRG) - Iowa State’s Ashley Joens was named the Cheryl Miller Award winner for the second consecutive season. The Iowa City native is the first back-to-back winner of the award, which honors the nation’s top small forward. Joens led the Cyclones with 20.3 points and 9.5...
IOWA CITY, IA
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heartlandcollegesports.com

Iowa State’s Ashley Joens Repeats as Cheryl Miller Award Winner

Iowa State guard/forward Ashley Joens has won the Cheryl Miller Small Forward Award for the second straight season. Joens’ victory was announced between the first and second games of the national semifinals in Minneapolis on Friday night. Joens, who announced earlier this week that she would return for a...
IOWA STATE
cyclonefanatic.com

WBB: Ashley Joens wins Cheryl Miller Award for second straight year

For the second year in a row, Iowa State power forward Ashley Joens has been announced as the winner for the Cheryl Miller Award – given out annually to the nation’s best player at the position. Joens averaged 20.3 points and 9.5 rebounds per game during the year,...
OREGON STATE
Times-Republican

ISU’s Joens reclaims Cheryl Miller Award

MINNEAPOLIS — Iowa State women’s basketball player Ashley Joens was named the Cheryl Miller Award winner for the second consecutive season, the WBCA announced Friday on ESPN. Joens is also the first back-to-back winner of the award, which honors the nation’s top small forward. The Cheryl Miller...
IOWA CITY, IA
Auto Remarketing

PODCAST: Dealertrack’s Cheryl Miller on ‘silver lining’ from pandemic

In the next installment of the Auto Remarketing Podcast originating from the Vehicle Finance Conference hosted by the American Financial Services Association earlier this month in Las Vegas, senior editor Nick Zulovich shared a conversation with Cheryl Miller, who is vice president of operations for Dealertrack F&I Solutions. Miller assessed...
LAS VEGAS, NV
Sacramento Bee

Oklahoma’s Madi Williams Named Finalist For Cheryl Miller Award

Oklahoma senior Madi Williams was named Wednesday one of five finalists for the Cheryl Miller Award,. The award, which goes each year to the top small forward in Division I women’s college basketball, is named for former USC Trojan All-American and three-time Naismith Player of the Year Cheryl Miller.
OKLAHOMA STATE
WTVQ

Rhyne Howard named finalist for Cheryl Miller award

LEXINGTON, Ky.( UK Athletics) – The national recognition for senior guard Rhyne Howard continues to come as the senior guard has been recognized by two organizations for national awards. The Cheryl Miller Award has tabbed Howard a finalist for the third straight year, while the Naismith Trophy named the guard a semifinalist for the women’s college player of the year.
GEORGIA STATE
cyclonefanatic.com

WBB: Ashley Joens in top 5 for Cheryl Miller Award

SPRINGFIELD, Mass. – Iowa State women’s basketball’s Ashley Joens is back on the Cheryl Miller Award Top-5, the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame and the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association announced on Wednesday. The 2021 Cheryl Miller Award Winner looks to be the first repeat winner.
SPRINGFIELD, MA
heartlandcollegesports.com

Ashley Joens, Madi Williams Finalists For Cheryl Miller Award

Iowa State forward Ashley Joens and Oklahoma forward Madi Williams are two of the five finalists for the Cheryl Miller Small Forward of the Year Award. The other three finalists are Rhyne Howard of Kentucky, Haley Jones of Stanford and Emily Engstler of Louisville. Joens passed Angie Welle earlier this...
IOWA STATE