World Exposure Report has named Ale'jah Douglas its 2022 Sophomore of the Year, the publication announced today.
Douglas, a native of Omaha, Nebraska, (graduate of Omaha Northwest) ranked first in the nation with 136 total steals, seventh in total points 592, 12th in FT (123-146) and FT% (84.2), seventh in FG (216-458) and seventh in assist to turnover ration.
Douglas was named World Exposure Report First Team All-American after she led Western Nebraska to a 30-3 record and paced the team with 17.9 points per contest.
For the four games at the national tournament, Douglas finished with 68 points, four 3-pointers, and was 16-of-20 from the charity stripe. She also had four rebounds, six assists, and nine steals.
On top of making the All-Tournament team, she also went over the 1,000-point career mark with her 31-point effort against Tyler Junior College on Sunday. Douglas finished with 1,015 points in her junior college career.
She will be playing at Clemson University next season.
2022 WER 1st Team All-American
2022 NJCAA 1st Team All-American
2021 Patrick Harrington 3-D award -NJCAA All-Star Game
2021 WER Honorable Mention All-American
2021 NJCAA honorable mention all-American.
The other finalists for the 2022 WER Sophomore of the Year award were Last Tear-Poa (Northwest Florida State), Jashanti Simmons (Georgia Highlands), and Morgan Robinson-Nwagwu (Gulf Coast State).