Ingersoll is set to receive a plaque from the NCAA acknowledging her statistical championship for three-point shooting accuracy.
A 2011-12 third-team All-Mid-American Conference selection, Ingersoll connected on a sensational 44.2 percent (96 of 217) from beyond the arc and ranked 13th in the country in three-point field goals made (2.8). She sunk at least four triples in 12 games this past season, including a collegiate-best six against Cincinnati in the second round of the Postseason WNIT. Ingersoll’s 96 treys tied a MAC single-season record, and her 44.2 three-point field-goal percentage stands second best in UT annals.
Ingersoll also had the opportunity to showcase her long-distance shooting skills on ESPN during the women’s three-point competition at the annual Three-Point Championships, held in conjunction with the Men’s Basketball Final Four. The Three-Point Championship invited the top eight seniors in the country to compete, and Ingersoll advanced to the semifinals.
She wrapped up her career ranking sixth in school history in three-point field goals made (176), seventh in three-point field-goal percentage (36.6 percent, 176 of 481), and tied for seventh in three-point field goals attempted (481).