Central York High School graduate Aurielle Mosley has added yet another honor.

On Tuesday, the redshirt senior at Millersville University was named to the Women's Basketball Coaches Association's NCAA Division II All-America Honorable Mention list.

Mosley had previously been named to the All-Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference East First Team and Daktronics All-Region First Team. She also won the PSAC East Women's Basketball Athlete of the Year award.

A three-time All-PSAC East First Team pick, the 6-foot, 2-inch York native finished her career fifth in school history in points scored (1,414) and now holds the school records for rebounds (1,020) and blocks (247) in a career. She is only the second player to rank in the top five of each category.

This past season, Mosley scored 15.1 points per game, pulled down 9.6 rebounds per game and blocked 2.3 shots per game, all while shooting 47 percent from the field. Those totals all led the team for the third consecutive year and ranked her second, second, third and third in the PSAC, respectively. She was the only player in the conference to rank in the top five of each category.

She was one of 40 players mentioned. The top 10 players comprised the WBCA Division II Coaches' All-America Team, and 30 honorees are designated as Honorable Mention.


KENNARD-DALE GRAD HITS MILESTONE: Kennard-Dale High School graduate Hana Krechel recorded her 100th career assist on Tuesday in Lebanon Valley's 18-2 women's lacrosse victory over visiting Misericordia.


Lebanon Valley improved to 5-1 in the first night game in program history at Arnold Field.

Krechel had a goal and six assists in the game. The senior now has 226 goals and 101 assists in her career.