Ontario University Athletics (OUA) has announced that Ryerson fifth-year guard Keneca Pingue-Giles has been named 2015-16 women’s basketball OUA Player of the Year.
Pingue-Giles is the first player in Ryerson program history to take home the award, averaging 17.6 points per game and 6.8 rebounds this season while leading the Rams to another final four appearance.
On top of her Player of the Year award, she will be taking home the OUA Defensive Player of the Year award as well – averaging 4.2 steals a game, she led the conference with 79 steals total.
Pingue-Giles was also named an OUA first team all-star for the second time in her career alongside teammate Sofia Paska, her first selection. The Rams finished the regular season at 16-3, capturing sole possession of first in the OUA East.