Cal Poly Humboldt’s Madison Parry and Jaden Edwards each received all-conference recognition this week.
Parry, a freshman guard, was named to the All-California Collegiate Athletics Association women’s first team, while Edwards, a junior guard, was named to the men’s second team.
Parry, out of Del Pro High School, started in all 23 games and averaged a team-high 15.8 points and 9.4 rebounds per game, while also leading the team with 28 steals, 23 blocked shots and 74.3 percent shooting from the free-throw line.
She becomes the the sixth All-CCAA First Team honoree during sixth-year head coach Michelle Bento-Jackson’s tenure at the school.
The Newcastle, CA, native recorded 10 double-doubles and was third in conference in scoring, second in rebounding and fifth in blocked shots.
Edwards, meanwhile, started in all 26 games for the men and averaged a team-leading 16.5 points and 9.4 rebounds per game.
The Portland native also led the Jacks with 27 steals and 35.7 percent shooting from beyond the arc, and he was twice named conference player of the week.
He had 12 double-doubles, which was 21st best in the nation, and was third in the CCAA in scoring, second in rebounding, and fourth in field goal percentage.
The all-conference teams are voted on by the 12 head coaches.