ASHLAND, Va – For the second time this week, Randolph-Macon senior Kelly Williams (Garysburg, N.C./Halifax Academy) has been recognized as an All-American. The latest honor comes from D3hoops.com, where the organization put Williams on its Fourth Team for this season.
Williams has accumulated a large amount of honors this season, including now a pair of All-American nods. She landed on the DIII Women's Basketball News Fifth Team earlier this week.
The North Carolina native will also leave the season with multiple Old Dominion Athletic Conference recognitions for this season, including ODAC Player of the Year, ODAC/Farm Bureau Scholar-Athlete of the Year and ODAC Tournament Most Outstanding Player. She was an All-ODAC First Team selection for 2019-2020. She finished third in the country for most double-doubles this season as well, collecting 22 in total.
Williams began on D3hoops.com's All-Region squad prior to advancing to the All-American rolls as well. She was a First Team All-South Region selection earlier this month.
The senior will leave Randolph-Macon with multiple records to her name. She remains atop the ODAC and Randolph-Macon record books for most career rebound, totaling 1,395 across her four years. She also owns the program records for most blocks with 296, and will leave as the second-highest scorer across a career, totaling 1,956 points.
In the classroom, Williams has also been recognized as a Second Team Academic All-American by the College Sports Information Directors of America as well as an All-District selection by the same group for 2019-2020.
This is the second time D3hoops.com has selected Williams as an All-American. In her sophomore season in 2017-2018, she was a First Team selection. In total, Williams has collected six All-American nods across her entire career.
R-MC recently wrapped up a stellar year. The team defeated #9 Transylvania in the first round of the NCAA Tournament after winning the ODAC Championship. R-MC went 19-10 overall and 13-5 in the ODAC this season.