Penn State guard Teniya Page earned a consensus selection to the All-Big Ten First Team Monday.
Both the conference coaches and media members voted Page to the conference’s first team. According to a Penn State Athletic’s media release, Page is the first Penn State player to have 2,000 career points, 400 career assists and 400 career rebounds. She was just the second active Division I player to combine all three statistical feats.
Page currently sits with 2,094 point in her tenure with the Lady Lions.
The Penn State women open up Big Ten Tournament play Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. against Wisconsin televised on the Big Ten Network.