Subbert was one of ten players named to the MCC's first team, while 11 other players took home honorable mentions.
Subbert, also a first-team pick a year ago and an honorable mention in 2008, becomes just the second player in school history to earn three all-conference awards. She joins Becky Inman, who actually collected four laurels from 1984-1987. The team's leading scorer, Subbert guided Penn to a 17-14 campaign (9-7 MCC), its first winning season since 1994 and its most wins since 1990.
The junior was fourth in the conference with 16.8 points per game, while she also ranked in the MCC's top ten in three-point percentage (.394, 1st), three-pointers made per game (2.03, 5th), free-throw percentage (.857, 2nd), and rebounds per game (5.9, 10th).
For the year, Subbert led Penn in many categories, including points (521), rebounds (182), and all three-point areas (63-160, .394). She also had 41 assists, 17 blocks, and 33 steals.
Earlier this year, Subbert became the 18th player in school history to reach 1,000 points. She will enter her senior campaign eighth on the career list with 1,471 points.
Jessi Beachey of Iowa Wesleyan was named both the MCC's Player of the Year and the league's Newcomer of the Year. Steve Williamson, head coach of the Tigers, earned the MCC Coach of the Year award from his peers.
For the complete 2009-2010 All-MCC Women's Basketball Teams, click here