NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Two Vanderbilt women’s basketball standouts were named to All-SEC teams Tuesday. Sophomore guard Jordyn Cambridge was selected to the All-SEC Defensive team and Koi Love was an All-SEC Freshman team honoree.
Cambridge enters the week ranked No. 14 in the nation and first in the SEC in steals. She has 83 steals in 29 games this season which are the most in a season for a Commodore since Jennifer Risper stole 91 in 2007-08. Cambridge’s 2.9 steals per game is currently the highest single-season average for a Commodore since Deborah Denton finished with 3.2 per game in 1988-89. Cambridge is also the first Vandy player with 100+ assists and 80+ steals in a season since Jade Huntington had 100 and 87 in 1989-90.
Love ranks among the top three SEC freshman in nearly every statistical category. Earlier this season, she became the first Vanderbilt player to win back-to-back SEC Freshman of the Week honors. A native of Orlando, Florida, Love leads the Commodores in scoring with 13.3 points per game, including a team-high 13.5 points per game in SEC play. She is also tops on the team in with 6.3 rebounds per game in conference play and has added 30 steals, 18 blocks and 49 assists in her first 28 games in the black and gold.
Cambridge, Love and the Commodores open the SEC Tournament on Wednesday at 10 a.m. CT against Auburn.