Eastern Florida State’s Women’s Basketball Represented In Statewide Statistics
By Mark DeCotis // July 22, 2015
BREVARD COUNTY • MELBOURNE, FLORIDA – Numbers tell the story of Eastern Florida’s successful 2014-15 women’s basketball season.
Eastern Florida finished 22-8, winning its first Southern Conference title since 2002 and reaching the NJCAA Region 8/Florida College System Activities Association Tournament for the first time since 2002. The Titans finished atop the conference at 13-2.
As expected the Titans were well represented in the FCSAA statewide season statistics.
The Titans placed four players in the top 26 scoring leaders paced by Rachelle Aupont who will continue her career at University of South Carolina Aiken.
Aupont scored 360 points to rank 22nd, one position above teammate Jessica Doyle who tallied 349. Doyle signed with Armstrong University.
Rising sophomores Nene Johnson and Crystal Townsend were 25th and 26th respectively with 333 and 312 points while classmate Paola Vasquez was 47th with 257.
Aupont was sixth in rebounding with 301. Townsend was eighth with 277. Vasquez was 24th with 167. Vasquez was 14th in steals with 74. Johnson was 41st with 42.
Townsend and Vasquez tied for 39th in blocked shots with eight each while Aupont was 44th with seven.
Johnson was eighth in assists with 107. Doyle was 34th with 56 and Aupont 37th with 51. Vasquez was 50th with 41.
Vasquez was 11th in assist to turnover ratio with 1.5. Johnson was 21st with 1.3 and rising sophomore Brittany Wells was 29th at 1.0. Doyle was 35th also at 1.0.
Townsend was 15th in field goal percentage at 47.9 while Johnson was 17th at 45.7. Aupont was 26th at 42.9 and Doyle 35th at 41.3. Vasquez was 42nd at 39.9.
Doyle was 12th in three-point field goal percentage at 36.8. Vasquez was 20th at 33.6. Aupont was 29th at 29.1.
Doyle was second in free throw percentage at 83.6. Towsend was 20th at 67.5. Johnson was 28th at 62.6.
Eastern Florida was sixth in team scoring per game averaging 70 and seventh in opponents scoring per game at 61.6. The Titans were seventh in team field goal percentage at 41 and seventh in opponents team field goal percentage at 37.7.
The Titans were eighth in team three-point percentage at 31.4, fourth in team free throw percentage at 67.6 and seventh in team rebounding at 40.7.
The Titans finished the season ranked sixth in the final FCSAA poll and 19th in the final NJCAA national poll.
Head coach Jim Grimes was named Southern Conference Coach of the Year and Doyle was a first-team FCSAA All-State honoree.