Suffolk University women’s basketball junior Jacqueline Vienneau was selected as second-team All-Conference by the Great Northeast Athletic Conference for the 2011-12 season, according to the Suffolk Athletic website, gosuffolkrams.com.
Vienneau had a career year for the Rams, as she led the team in scoring with 12.8 points per game. She also led the team with 4.3 assists per game, which was also third among players in the conference. Furthermore, Vienneau became the first player in Suffolk’s history to record 300 assists this season, reaching this milestone on February 18 in Suffolk’s 82-67 victory against St. Joseph College.
On February 1, Vienneau hit her 100th career three-point field goal and has now totaled 117 shots from behind the perimeter in her three seasons.
On the men’s side, junior Matt Pepdjonovic was selected as second team All-Conference by the GNAC this season.
Pepdjonovic had an outstanding season for the Rams, as he averaged 17.0 points per game and 13.6 rebounds per game, which led all players in the conference and is currently the second best among all NCAA Division-III men’s basketball players in the country. Pepdjonovic also led the league with 3.2 blocks per game, and this was also good for fifth best in the nation.
Pepdjonovic reached a career high point this season when he scored his 1,000th career point on January 17 in Suffolk’s 98-56 loss at Tufts University. He became the 26th player in Suffolk’s history and the 53rd player in GNAC history to reach this achievement.