Homestead grad McLaughlin named First Team All-Big Ten

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Homestead graduate Karissa McLaughlin is only the third sophomore in Purdue history to earn First Team All-Big Ten honors, joining Shereka Wright in 2002 and MaChelle Joseph in 1990.

Recognized by both the coaches and media, McLaughlin is leading the Boilermakers with 15.1 points and 3.9 assists per game and has tied the No. 2 single-season 3-point mark in program history with 80 triples on the season. She’s tied for second in the conference at 2.6 3’s per game and her 38.3 percent from behind the arc is third in the Big Ten.

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