Senior Meghan Graff became the first Bates College women’s basketball player to receive All-American honors in consecutive seasons Monday.

Graff was named fifth-team All-American by the website, and she finishes her career with three All-America honors — two from and one from the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association. That matches 2008 Bates graduate Meg Coffin for the most All-America honors in program history.

Graff, who averaged 20.6 points, also was named WBCA All-America honorable mention, first-team All-Region, first-team All-NESCAC, and the Maine Women’s Basketball Coaches Association Player of the Year.

She finishes her career as Bates’ all-time leading scorer, and her 495 points this season rank second in program history.

JAYDEN WILSON HONORED: Former Lewiston High School standout Jayden Wilson was selected as the North Atlantic Conference Men’s Lacrosse Player of the Week, the conference announced Monday.

Wilson, a graduate student at Maine Maritime Academy, tallied four goals, seven assists and nine ground balls in games against the University of New England and MCLA last week.