Amber-Lee Kavanagh was named to the PacWest all-rookie team after a solid first season with the Kwantlen Polytechnic University Eagles.

Kavanagh named to rookie team

Brookswood graduate has solid first season with Kwantlen Eagles women's basketball team

After earning her way into the starting line-up, Amber-Lee Kavanagh has also earned a spot on the all-rookie team.

The 5-11 forward for the Kwantlen Polytechnic University Eagles women’s basketball team was ninth in the PacWest conference in rebounding with 7.05 boards a game.

Kavanagh is a Brookswood graduate is a first-year player for the Eagles.

The team made the provincial tournament in Victoria as the fifth-seed last week, and after knocking off the No. 4 Quest 64-48, they fell 75-57 to the top-ranked Camosun Chargers in the semifinals.

The Eagles season came to an end with a 68-41 loss in the bronze medal game to the Douglas Royals. Kavanagh earned player of the game honours.

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