Karysma Harrison, a former Weldon High School basketball standout who plays at North Carolina Wesleyan College, has been named to the USA South All-Division second team.
Harrison, according to the college, helped Wesleyan women’s basketball to a regular season and conference tournament championship this year going 15-1.
This year the Wesleyan team finished first place in the East Division and was undefeated in USA South play at 13-0. The team’s only loss came against North Carolina Central.
Harrison got seven blocked shots against UNC-Greensboro.
Her stats this year include 9 points per game; 8.2 rebounds per game; a 56.4 percent field goal average; and a 74.1 percent free throw average.
She led the USA South in field goal percentage; was fifth in the conference in rebounds with 131; sixth in the conference in defensive rebounds with 84; seventh in the conference in blocks with 21; and seventh in the conference in offensive rebounds with 47.
In the 2019-2020 season the Bishops finished in second place in the USA South East Division with a 14-2 record — 19-6 overall.
Harrison in that season had 9.7 points per game, 8 rebounds per game, a 55.2 percent field goal percentage and an 80.6 free throw percentage.
She led the USA South with her field goal percentage, was the conference’s leading rebounder off the bench with 199 and was fourth in the conference with her free throw percentage.
Nicknamed KDot, she is the daughter of Anthony Harrison Sr. and Katrina Bevier.