Athletics In Action Texas - Spring '14


  [symple_column size="one-third" position="first"]wagner[/symple_column]B’ria Wagner

When the All-Sooner Athletic Conference (SAC) released its list of recipients in March, the Knights were proud to be represented by B’ria Wagner, a San Antonio native. She received the Honorable Mention Honors due to her efforts and success both on and off the court.

As a freshman, she had to work diligently in order to stick out of the crowd and not be viewed as just another player. She always showed intensity on the court and led the Knights in assists (108 total) and steals. She also averaged 11 points per game, 4 rebounds per game, and almost 4 assists per game as well. B’ria shined on the defense end all season for the Knights. She displayed incredible energy and enthusiasm, ending the season with a total of 42 steals throughout the year.

[symple_column size="one-third" position="first"]dale[/symple_column]BJ Dale

BJ Dale represented the Knights in the All-Sooner Athletic Conference by receiving Honorable Mention Honors for his strength offensively, and for his great emphasis on teamwork.

Dale’s work ethic on the court never failed to inspire his fellow teammates. He was constantly tallying double digit point total, especially in the first 16 games of the season. He averaged 15.5 points per game, 3.2 rebounds per game, and 2 assists per game throughout the season.

A Lavon, Texas native, Dale led the knights as the lone senior on this year’s squad, constantly displaying his maturity and direction. He provided great leadership on and off the court for his entire team. Dale also produced many of the highlight reel plays and never hesitated when a big shot was needed.

[symple_column size="one-third" position="first"]pleasant[/symple_column]Everrett Pleasant

The Knights were very proud to hear when the All-Sooner Athletic Conference Awards were announced that Everrett Pleasant headlined the awards. Pleasant received the 2nd team All-SAC Honors for his relentless efforts on both ends of the court, as well as his scoring abilities despite being double-teamed throughout most of the season.

The sophomore, a Houston, Texas native, tallied a total of 14 double-doubles and scored double digits in every conference game this season. Pleasant averaged 20.6 points per game, 10.7 rebounds per game, and added 2 blocks per game.

Everrett Pleasant was an example to be admired by his fellow teammates, and made several amazing plays that excited his team, and brought the entire audience to their feet. He still has a couple of years playing for the Knights, and the team will continue to grow with Pleasant’s experience.

- Jack Allday