PRINCETON, N.J. — Following a record-setting junior season in which she led the Ivy League in both scoring and rebounding, Camille Zimmerman of the Columbia women’s basketball team was unanimously voted First Team All-Ivy League by the conference’s coaches. The Ivy League announced its postseason honors and awards on Thursday.

Zimmerman is sixth player in program history to be named First Team All-Ivy League, joining Kathleen Barry (2010-11), Judie Lomax (2008-09, 2009-10), Sue Altman (2003-04), Shawnee Pickney (2000-01) and Kathy Gilbert (1990-91). Zimmerman earned second-team honors as a sophomore.

Zimmerman broke Columbia’s single-season scoring record by totaling 608 points, surpassing the previous mark of 598 set by Hall of Famer Ellen Bossert during the 1985-86 season. The Tempe, Arizona, native’s 22.5 points per game rank among the top 10 nationally and also broke Bossert’s previous school record of 22.1. Zimmerman led the Ivy League in scoring and rebounding (9.6), also playing a league-high 37.4 minutes per game. She became the seventh player in Ivy League women’s basketball history to score 600 points in a season, ranking sixth on the list, one point better than Penn’s Diana Caramanico, who totaled 607 in 2000-01.

In Ivy League play, the junior wingman topped all players at 24.4 points per game, which was more than seven points better than the next-highest scorer. Her 342 total points through the 14-game schedule are the fourth-most in league history. Zimmerman also led all players through league competition in defensive rebounds (7.4) and minutes played (39.2). Her 9.6 rebounds per game were the league’s second-highest mark.

In addition to scoring and rebounding, Zimmerman’s presence was felt all over the court. She led the Lions in assists, steals and blocks, averaging 2.5 assists, 1.5 steals and 0.7 blocks per contest. All three of those marks ranked among the top 10 in the Ivy League.

The highlight of Zimmerman’s season came in late January, when she averaged 29.5 points, 13.5 rebounds, 3.5 assists and 2.5 steals in games against Dartmouth and Harvard. The 6-1 junior hit career-highs of 37 points, 19 rebounds and four steals in a 91-88 quadruple-overtime victory at Dartmouth, which tied for the longest game in Ivy League women’s basketball history. The following night at Harvard, she netted a game-high 22 points and filled the stat sheet with eight rebounds, four assists, a block and a steal. The U.S. Basketball Writers Association (USBWA) named her the Women’s National Player of the Week, while NCAA.com featured Zimmerman on its Starting Five Players of the Week.

Zimmerman scored in double figures in all 27 games of the 2016-17 season, including 21 20-point games and two 30-point games. Her 13 double-doubles topped all Ivy League competitors and ranked among the top 30 nationally at the conclusion of the regular season. The Ivy League named Zimmerman the league’s Player of the Week five times.

Zimmerman and Penn’s Michelle Nwokedi were the only two players unanimously voted First Team All-Ivy League. Nwokedi took home Ivy League Player of the Year honors.

PLAYER OF THE YEAR
Michelle Nwokedi, Penn (Jr., F – Missouri City, Texas)

ROOKIE OF THE YEAR
Bella Alarie, Princeton (Fr., G/F – Bethesda, Md.)

DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR
Tamara Simpson, Yale (Jr., G – North Babylon, N.Y.)

COACH OF THE YEAR
Mike McLaughlin, Penn

FIRST-TEAM ALL-IVY
Bella Alarie, Princeton (Fr., G/F – Bethesda, Md.)
Katie Benzan, Harvard (Fr., G – Wellesley, Mass.)
Nia Marshall, Cornell (Sr., F – Macedonia, Ohio)
*Michelle Nwokedi, Penn (Jr., F – Missouri City, Texas)
*Camille Zimmerman, Columbia (Jr., G/F – Tempe, Ariz.)

SECOND-TEAM ALL-IVY
Justine Gaziano, Brown (Fr., G – Natick, Mass.)
Shayna Mehta, Brown (So., G – San Francisco)
Leslie Robinson, Princeton (Jr., F – Corvallis, Ore.)
Anna Ross, Penn (Jr., G – Syracuse, N.Y.)
Sydney Stipanovich, Penn (Sr., C – St. Louis)

HONORABLE MENTION ALL-IVY
Jen Berkowitz, Yale (Jr., F – Wayland, Mass.)
Megan LeDuc, Cornell (Sr., G – Vienna, Va.)
Kate Letkewicz, Dartmouth (Jr., G – Waterloo, Iowa)
Destiny Nunley, Harvard (Sr., F – North Richland Hills, Texas)

*-unanimous selection