The honors keep coming for Bobbi Knudsen.
The Montana State Billings senior point guard earned two more All-America honors, being named a third-team Daktronics selection and an honorable mention pick from the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association.
It is the third straight year Knudsen earned WBCA All-America honors.
Knudsen, of Malta, averaged 17.2 points and 5.8 assists per game this season, helping the Yellowjackets reach the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Division II national tournament. The Great Northwest Athletic Conference player of the year and All-West Region selection ranked fifth nationally for assists per game.
Knudsen helped MSUB finish 25-8 and 15-0 at Alterowitz Gymnasium.
Knudsen had a single-season record 193 assists this past year and tied the single-game record of 13.
A four-year starter, Knudsen finishes second all-time at MSUB for points (1,831), assists (532), field goals attempted (1,617) and 3-pointers attempted (182), and tied for second for field goals made (680).
Knudsen finished as the all-time leader in GNAC history for points, assists, field goals made, field goals attempted and minutes played. She had more than 100 consecutive starts during her career.