Tramble Picks Up Second All-American Recognition


ATLANTA, Ga. – Makyra Tramble has been named a Women’s Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA) All-American, announced on Wednesday afternoon by the organization. It is now the second media outlet to recognize Tramble as an All-American this season.

Tramble (Shawnee, Okla.) adds the latest accolade to a long list of 2022 accomplishments that include being named both the D2CCA’s National and Central Region Player of the Year as well as the GAC’s Player of the Year. She was a Third Team D2CCA All-American selection last season and is now a WBCA Honorable Mention All-American this season.

This is now the third SWOSU player in program history to be named a WBCA All-American. Hailey Tucker (first team) and Hayden Priddy (honorable mention) each earned the honor following the 2018-19 season.

Tramble was the only women’s player in NCAA Division II this year to average 20.0 points, 5.0 rebounds, and 5.0 assists. She is also just one of three players across all three divisions (I, II, III) to do so.

Around the NCAA, Tramble ranked top-25 nationally in minutes played (1st), field goals made (2nd), field goals attempted (3rd), steals (3rd) assists (5th), assists/game (14th) and points per game (17th) when her season ended.


2022 WBCA NCAA Division II Coaches’ All-Americans

Name, School

Abby Beeman, Shepherd University

Makaila Change, Lander University

Nija Collier, University of Central Missouri

Kwajelin Farrar, Valdosta State University

Brooke Olson, University of Minnesota-Duluth

Dyani Robinson, Texas A&M University-Commerce

Paige Robinson, Drury University

Julianne Sutton, University of North Georgia

Dejah Terrell, California University of Pennsylvania

Jaelencia Williams, Union University


2022 WBCA NCAA Division II Coaches’ All-America honorable mention:

Name, School

Aliyah Abney, University of Tampa

Sha Carter, Walsh University

Alisha Davis, Colorado State University-Pueblo

Rylee Derr, Kutztown University of Pennsylvania

Emma Duff, Western Washington University

Riley Friauf, Dominican University

Maighan Hedge, Cameron University

Jess Huber, University of the Sciences

Julia Jenike, Florida Southern College

Kelsey Johnson, University of Central Oklahoma

Margarete (Meg) Knollmeyer, Southern New Hampshire University

Shameka McNeill, Anderson University

Alyssa Nelson, University of Wisconsin-Parkside

Shanika Peterkin, Barton College

Samantha Pirosko, Gannon University

Kayla Raymond, Stonehill College

Annie Roshak, Ashland University

Julia Ruzevich, Lindenwood University

Lauren Schetter, Pace University

Haley Schubert, Lee University

Allie Schulte, Lubbock Christian University

Taryn Shelley, Montana State University-Billings

Peyton Steinman, Saint Anselm College

Audrey Tingle, West Liberty University

Makyra Tramble, Southwestern Oklahoma State University

Bryanna Troutman, Wingate University

Daniella Turner, Colorado Mesa University

Tennae Voliva, University of Alaska-Anchorage

Tori Wortz, St Cloud State University


About the WBCA

For 40 years, the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association has been the professional association for coaches of women’s and girls’ basketball at all levels of competition. Founded in 1981, the WBCA offers educational resources that coaches need to help make themselves better leaders, teachers and mentors to their players; provides opportunities for coaches to connect with peers in the profession; serves as the unifying voice of a diverse community of coaches to the organizations that control the game; and celebrates those coaches, players and other individuals who excel each year and contribute to the advancement of the sport. Visit for more details about the association.