Ingersoll to receive NCAA honor for 2012 three-point successWritten by Zach Davis | | firstname.lastname@example.org
After pacing the nation in three-point shooting, former Rocket Courtney Ingersoll is being honored by the NCAA and is set to receive a commemorative plaque for her historic season behind the arc.
The Massillon native led all student-athletes in the country, shooting 44.2 percent from three-point range. Her high percentage was not due to a lack of shooting either, finishing 13th in the nation averaging 2.8 threes per game.
In 2012, Ingersoll’s 96 triples tied a Mid-American Conference season record while her 44.2 three-point percentage put her second in UT history. She made at least four threes in 12 games this year and competed in ESPN’s Three-Point Shootout with seven other seniors, advancing to the semifinals.
Ingersoll finished her career at Toledo ranked sixth in school history in threes (176), seventh in three-point percentage (36.6) and seventh in threes attempted (481).