Pensacola State had five women's basketball players named to the Panhandle All-Conference team.
Johnson, a sophomore from Sandersville, Ga., averaged 12.4 points, 2.8 assists and 2.5 rebounds per game.
Luster, a sophomore out of Richmond, Va., was the overall leading scorer for the Lady Pirates this season as she averaged 12.9 points per game while shooting a solid 50% from the field. Statistically she was the second best rebounder on the team as she averaged 6.1 boards a game.
Armstrong, a sophomore from El Dorado, Ar., averaged 11.7 points, 2.3 rebounds and 1.8 assists per game. She shot a team best 40% from 3-point range.
Despite missing seven games due to injury, sophomore guard Vason, averaged 8 points a game while dishing out a team high 3 assists per game. Next season the stealthy guard will continue her playing career at the University of North Carolina-Wilmington.
Yancey, a sophomore who hails from Ashburn, Ga., rounds out the Lady Pirate honorees. She averaged 11.2 points, 6.0 rebounds and was the top shooter for PSC from the free throw line by making 88.7%.
2018 Coaches' All-Panhandle Conference Women's Basketball Team
Shayla Bennett, Gulf Coast State; Japonica James, Tallahassee; Jhileiya Dunlap, Gulf Coast State; Courtajia Sanders, Chipola; Trinity Baptiste, Northwest Florida State; Valerie Nesbitt, Chipola; Georgia Gayle, Northwest Florida State; Nakiah Black, Tallahassee; Nia Johnson, Pensacola State; Jade Lewis, Northwest Florida State; Naterria Luster, Pensacola State; Astou Gaye, Gulf Coast State
Juliunn Redmond, Tallahassee; Angela Jernigan, Northwest Florida State; Namiko Adams, Chipola; Ta'Sheanne Armstrong, Pensacola State; Mylashia Yancey, Pensacola State; Ahyiona Vason, Pensacola State; Tyra Johnson, Chipola
Player of the Year: Shayla Bennett, Gulf Coast State
Freshman of the Year: Cortajia Sanders, Chipola
Coach of the Year: Roonie Scovel, Gulf Coast State