A pair of seniors from Conway were Hendrix College's representatives on the All-Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference men's basketball teams. Guard Ammon Martin was selected to the third team, while center Nick Heathscott was an honorable mention.

Martin was the Warriors' leading scorer and was seventh in the league at 13.5 rebounds per game. He also ranked sixth in the SCAC in assists (3.6), sixth in steals (1.6) and 16th in rebounds (5.0). Martin netted 324 points, 121 rebounds, 87 assists, 39 steals and 15 blocked shots this season.

Heathscott, who was an All-SCAC Second Team selection the past two seasons, ranked eighth in the league with 13.3 points per game and 11th at 5.9 rebounds. He also shot 75.3 percent from the free-throw line, the eighth best mark in the conference. For the year, Heathscott scored 543 points, grabbed 123 rebounds and shot 48.8 percent from the field. He was recently selected to the CoSIDA Capital One Academic All-America Third Team.

For the women, sophomore forward Jamie Tate was named to the second team, while senior guard Anna Roane was an honorable mention.

Tate, from Nashville, Tenn., led the league and was sixth in the nation with 13.7 rebounds per game. She broke the single-season SCAC and school records of 355 rebounds, the second highest total in the country this season. Tate also had a record-setting game of 29 rebounds at Austin College on Jan. 8. She ranked 17th in the league with 11.9 points per game and was 12th in NCAA Division III with 15 double-doubles. For the year, Tate scored 309 points with 26 assists, eight blocks and 31 steals.

Roane, from Albuquerque, N.M., led the Warriors and ranked 13th in the SCAC with 13.3 points per contest. She was also 27th in the nation and second in the league with 2.7 three-pointers made per game and fourth in the conference with an 82.5 free throw percentage. For the season, Roane scored 347 points with 112 rebounds, 53 assists and 69 three-pointers made. It was third consecutive All-SCAC Honorable Mention for Roane.