ROSEMONT, Pa. – Bryn Athyn College sophomore forward Clayshonia Cogmon was recognized by coaches of the Colonial States Athletic Conference as she was selected as the 2018-19 CSAC Defensive Player of the Year and an All-CSAC honorable mention selection on Monday. Bryn Athyn also was the co-winner of the CSAC 3D Award.
Cogmon—Bryn Athyn's first defensive player of the year, was one of four players in the CSAC to average a double-double during the 2018-19 season. She was the CSAC leader in rebounding averaging (11.8 per game), total rebounds (284), offensive rebounds (139), and steals (83). Cogmon also ranked sixth in the league in scoring average (14.0 points per game) and 14th in blocked shots per game (0.54).
Her 83 steals are the most by a Bryn Athyn player in a season and her 284 rebounds and 11.8 rebounds per game are both third.
In Division III, Cogmon sat eighth in offensive rebounds per game (5.8), 17th in steals per game (3.52), 27th in double-doubles (13), and 29th in total rebounds and rebounding average.
In addition to her basketball accomplishments. Cogmon was Bryn Athyn's representative on the All-CSAC Sportsmanship Team. To be named to the All-CSAC Sportsmanship Team, an individual on each team that best exemplifies the qualities of sportsmanship.
Bryn Athyn shared the 2018-19 CSAC 3D Award with Cairn University. The 3D Award recognizes the teams in each sport that best demonstrate the NCAA Division-III philosophy of "Discover, Develop, Dedicate." The 3D Award was conceived and developed by the CSAC Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC).