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Women's basketball: Pointers' Barber named national Player of Year

Former DCE athlete becomes second UWSP player to receive award

12:45 AM, Apr. 9, 2013
University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point senior guard Sam Barber, left, and Pointers coach Shirley Egner pose with the hardware after Barber, a former D.C. Everest athlete, was named the NCAA Division III Player of the Year by the Women's Basketball Coaches Association during an awards banquet at the Final Four in New Orleans on Monday night.
University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point senior guard Sam Barber, left, and Pointers coach Shirley Egner pose with the hardware after Barber, a former D.C. Everest athlete, was named the NCAA Division III Player of the Year by the Women's Basketball Coaches Association during an awards banquet at the Final Four in New Orleans on Monday night.
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Sam Barber refused to let herself believe it would actually happen.

Even when she heard the words uttered Monday night, the former D.C. Everest athlete was unable to comprehend the magnitude of the accomplishment.

Barber was named the Women's Basketball Coaches Association's Division III Player of the Year during a ceremony at a banquet held in conjunction with the Division I women's Final Four in New Orleans. ...

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