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Two Student-Athletes from Each GA Men's and Women's Basketball Teams Awarded PSUAC All-Conference

University Park, Pa. - Senior power forward Christina Floyd (Philadelphia, Pa./Sts. Neumann-Goretti), freshman guard Mandi Johnston (Pittsburgh, Pa./Baldwin), senior forward Petrie Addison (Fort Myers, Fla./Florida Christian) and freshman guard Jashaun Fontanez (Downingtown, Pa./Downingtown West) all were selected for the Penn State University Athletic Conference All-Conference list, after their stand-out performances for the Penn State Greater Allegheny women's and men's basketball teams through the 2014-15 academic year.

Floyd was named First-Team All-Conference after a record-breaking year. The power forward recorded both her 1,000th rebound and 1,000th point in a Penn State jersey through this season. She played in 22 games this season, averaging a double-double in each contest with 16.9 rebounds per game and 14.3 points. Floyd sat in first place in the PSUAC and the USCAA with rebounds per game, 16.9, as she totaled 371 boards, 165 of those being offensive. Floyd remains in fourth place in the PSUAC for her 48.3% field goal percentage through the season. Floyd saw 721 minutes on the floor with Greater Allegheny through her final season with the blue-and-white. Alongside her 371 boards, Christina added 314 points, 39 steals and 25 assists while shooting 61.9% (39-for-63) through Penn State University Athletic Conference action.

Congratulations, Christina!

M. Johnston has gained Penn State University Athletic Conference Honorable Mention after her first season with the GA Lions. The guard assisted her team with an average of 14.6 points per game through 22 matches. Through her 799 minutes on the floor this season, Mandi had surplused GA with 25 three-pointers, 322 points, 100 assists, 94 rebounds and 25 steals. M. Johnston sat in sixth place for points per game (14.6) in the PSUAC and first place through the PSUAC for assists per game (4.5).

Congratulations, Mandi!

To check out the full list for the women, click here.

Petrie has earned himself the PSUAC Second-Team All-Conference accolade after his senior season with Penn State Greater Allegheny. The forward averaged a double-double each contest, dishing out an average of 19.2 points per game and 13.1 rebounds per game. Through his 24 games played, Petrie played in 779 minutes, adding a total of 28 three-pointers, 461 points, 314 boards, 53 assists, 37 steals and 21 blocks. Addison sat high through the PSUAC as he placed first in rebounds per game (13.1), fifth place for points per game with 19.2, first place for total rebounds with 314 and sixth place for points with 461. Addison sat in second place through the United States Collegiate Athletic Association for both total rebounds (314) and rebounds per game (13.1).

Congratulations, Petrie!

After joining the team in the second semester of action for Greater Allegheny, Jashaun has distinguished himself as a Penn State University Athletic Conference Honorable Mention student-athlete for his first season in a GA uniform. Through his eleven games played, Jashaun averaged 19.2 points per game and 5.4 rebounds per game. In the 366 minutes of action, Fontanez dropped 51.4% (75-of-146) of his shots taken from the floor as he totaled 211 points, 59 total rebounds, 38 assists and 12 blocks.

Congratulations, Jashaun!

To check out the full list for the men, click here.