SHANNON BRADY of Bowdoin eyes a pass during an NCAA tournament game against Westerfield State recently. Kristen Swain defends for the Owls. Bowdoin won the contest at Morrell Gymnasium, 75-49, the first round.

SHANNON BRADY of Bowdoin eyes a pass during an NCAA tournament game against Westerfield State recently. Kristen Swain defends for the Owls. Bowdoin won the contest at Morrell Gymnasium, 75-49, the first round.

BRUNSWICK — Bowdoin College senior Shannon Brady was named First Team All-Region in women’s basketball honors announced by D3hoops.com on Monday.

The 2016 New England Small College Athletic Conference Co-Player of the Year, Brady was the lone Polar Bear to average double figures in scoring this season on a team that went 22-7 and reached the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Division III Tournament.

The forward finished third in the NESCAC in scoring, averaging 16.8 points per game, while also ranking second in blocks (54) and averaging 6.2 boards per game. In three NCAA Tournament games this year, Brady was even better, averaging 19.3 points and 9.3 rebounds. She finished her career at Bowdoin with 1,471 points (fourth all-time at Bowdoin), 717 rebounds (seventh) and 184 blocks (second).

Men

Bowdoin’s Lucas Hausman and Jack Simonds were also recognized in All- Region honors announced by D3hoops.com on Monday.

Hausman was named First Team All-Northeast Region, while Simonds was named the region’s Rookie of the Year.

The 2015 NESCAC Player of the Year, Hausman was also named First Team All- NESCAC this year and was the only player in the conference to average more than 20 points per game, pouring in 25.3 points per contest. His scoring average was a single season program record and the highest scoring average by a player since the NESCAC began conference play in 2000-01.

Hausman, who finished the season with 581 points, was held to single-digits in just one game and recorded 30 or more points in seven games. One of the best freethrow shooters in the league, Hausman converted 88 percent of his attempts to finish with 162, which is 37 more than second place.

He has also been named First Team Academic All- American and a Jostens Trophy finalist.

Simonds became the first player in Bowdoin men’s basketball history to garner D3hoops.com Regional Rookie of the Year accolades. The forward made an immediate impact in the league, scoring 20 points or more in eight games, including four of the last five contests.

Simonds ranks sixth in the league in scoring at 16.3 points per game, and leads the conference in free-throw shooting percentage at 89.7 percent.